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Displaying volume mount and junction point information

You can display information about a Vserver's mounted volumes and the junction points to which the volumes are mounted. You can also determine which volumes are not mounted to a junction point. You can use this information to understand and manage your Vserver namespace.

Step

  1. Perform the desired action:
    If you want to display... Enter the command...
    Summary information about mounted and unmounted volumes on a Vserver
    volume show -vserver vserver_name -junction
    Detailed information about mounted and unmounted volumes on a Vserver
    volume show -vserver vserver_name -volume volume_name -instance
    Specific information about mounted and unmounted volumes on a Vserver
    1. If necessary, you can display valid fields for the -fields parameter by using the following command:
      volume show -fields ?
    2. Display the desired information by using the -fields parameter:
      volume show -vserver vserver_name -fields fieldname,...

Examples

The following example displays a summary of mounted and unmounted volumes on Vserver vs1:

cluster1::> volume show -vserver vs1 -junction
                     Junction                 Junction
Vserver   Volume     Active   Junction Path   Path Source
--------- ---------- -------- --------------- -----------
vs1       data       true     /data           RW_volume
vs1       home4      true     /eng/home       RW_volume
vs1       vs1_root   -        /               -
vs1       sales      true     /sales          RW_volume

The following example displays information about specified fields for volumes located on Vserver vs2:

cluster1::> volume show -vserver vs2 -fields vserver,volume,aggregate,size,state,type,security-style,junction-path,junction-parent,node
vserver volume   aggregate size state  type security-style junction-path junction-parent node
------- ------   --------- ---- ------ ---- -------------- ------------- --------------- ----- 
vs2     data1    aggr3     2GB  online RW   unix           -             -               node3
vs2     data2    aggr3     1GB  online RW   ntfs           /data2        vs2_root        node3 
vs2     data2_1  aggr3     8GB  online RW   ntfs           /data2/d2_1   data2           node3
vs2     data2_2  aggr3     8GB  online RW   ntfs           /data2/d2_2   data2           node3
vs2     pubs     aggr1     1GB  online RW   unix           /publications vs2_root        node1
vs2     images   aggr3     2TB  online RW   ntfs           /images       vs2_root        node3
vs2     logs     aggr1     1GB  online RW   unix           /logs         vs2_root        node1
vs2     vs2_root aggr3     1GB  online RW   ntfs           /             -               node3