If you know how to determine the file system type in aix on your computer, this guide may help you.
Checking this particular filesystem automount attribute On startup, AIX attempts to check all file systems listed in /etc/filesystems with the check=true attribute when running the fsck command.
I use the “topas” tool to quickly view CPU, memory and even disk statistics from the AIX browser. I understand the numbers after partitioning the drives, but what I don’t know is how to determine which filesystems are on the drives shown in the tops. Here is an example output from the CD-ROM section:
What is file system structure in AIX?
AIX uses the same file and directory structures, mainly because they are used on other UNIX operating systems. The areas are called file trees. In a large file tree, directories are the main nodes that organize data and channels into ordered groups. Files are leaf nodes that belong to directories.
Disk Busy % KBPS TPS KB Read KB WriteCapacity123 72.6 2.9 thousand 330.8 2.9 thousand 0.0disk1234 58.2 1.5 KB 169.7 1.5 KB 0.0hdisk234 53.2 1.4 KB 161.2 1.4 KB 0.0Capacity345 40.8 262.7 65.7 262.7 0.0...
How do I know if my file system is Ext4?
$lsblk -f.$ sudo file -sL /dev/sda1 [sudo] password for Ubuntu:$ fsck -N /dev/sda1.cat /etc/fstab.$df-Th.
Is there a command line tool that I can use to determine which filesystems are mounted on which drives?
I am aware of the
lsdev -C -c disk command, which simply lists all disks, not the filesystems associated with the actual disks.
CHANGETHIn response to a comment on this post (thanks for the input!), here is another example of the output from the mount command:
Is the file system mounted at system restart (default value)?
yes: the solution file is automatically mounted on system. no—The file system is not configured on system restart (default). Note. There are two types of file systems most commonly associated with the jfs and jfs2 file systems. jfs2 allows you to compress/shrink the filesystem, but you cannot compress the jfs filesystem.
node installed, vfs connection settings saved via ---- ------- --------- --- ------------ ------- -------- - /dev/hd0/jfs, December 17, 08:04 rw, log=/dev/hd8 /dev/hd3 /tmp jfs Dec 15 08:04 rw, wood=/dev/hd8 /dev/hd1 /home jfs Dec 17 08:06 rw, firewood=/dev/hd8 /dev/hd2 /usr jfs Dec 17 08:06 rw, wood=/dev/hd8
asked July 10, 2009 at 12:16 pm.
Brian H.Brian H.
How do I identify my file system?
Open My Computer. Under My Computer, Computer, or This PC, right-clickclick the drive you want to view and select “Properties”. The properties window should list the file program on the General tab. As shown in the image below, the file system of this computer is NTFS.
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