Summary: match disk and filesystem

William Kwan william.kwan at db.com
Fri Jun 10 12:59:46 EDT 2005


Cool directions from cool guys.   Thanks Hutin Bertrand and Ric Anderson 
who offer me their scripts.
Some suggested `iostat -X`, which said to work fine for Solaris 9 and 
doesnt' work in 7 and 8.


Jeff Marble's long parameters for iostat works fine on my Solaris 8 
system.
        `iostat -ctxzn`

Alright go RTFM for what is ctxzn.  I was blind and didnt' see the -n 
option.

Thanks a lot
William


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William Kwan/NewYork/DBNA/DeuBa 
06/10/2005 10:26 AM

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match disk and filesystem





Hi all,

I am looking at some performance issue.

`sar -d` shows me a couple disk with relatively more busy than others. For 
instance, they are sd46 and sd60.
I'm looking at output of `prtconf` and `vxdisk list`..etc.
Is there a fast way to figure out which filesystem is/are linked to this 
sd46 and sd60?

Thanks
William



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