WAE-7371 show disk detail

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May 3rd, 2012

Normal structure:

Mounted file systems:

MOUNT POINT      TYPE       DEVICE                SIZE     INUSE      FREE USE%

/sw                        internal   /dev/sda1            991MB     677MB     314MB  68%

/swstore                 internal   /dev/sda2            991MB     635MB     356MB  64%

/state                     internal   /dev/sda3           7935MB     231MB    7704MB   2%

/local/local1            SYSFS      /dev/sda6          55548MB    5141MB   50407MB   9%

.../local1/spool        PRINTSPOOL /dev/data1/spool     991MB      32MB     959MB   3%

/obj1                      CONTENT    /dev/data1/obj    204338MB  165408MB   38930MB  80%

/dre1                      CONTENT    /dev/data1/dre    991932MB  973878MB   18054MB  98%

/ackq1                    internal   /dev/data1/ackq     8330MB       0MB    8330MB   0%

/plz1                       internal   /dev/data1/plz     26184MB     204MB   25980MB   0%

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Abnormal:

Mounted file systems:
MOUNT POINT      TYPE       DEVICE                SIZE     INUSE      FREE USE%
/swstore                internal   /dev/sda2            991MB     463MB     528MB  46%
/state                    internal   /dev/sda3           7935MB     195MB    7740MB   2%
/local/local1           SYSFS      /dev/sda7          55548MB     751MB   54797MB   1%
/sw                        internal   /dev/sda1            991MB     677MB     314MB  68%
/disk00-05             CONTENT    /dev/sda6        1290972MB 1168136MB  122836MB  90%
.../local1/spool     PRINTSPOOL /dev/sda8            991MB      16MB     975MB   1%

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What can be done to correct this?

I have this problem too.
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Michael Korenbaum Thu, 05/03/2012 - 14:52

This is just the old partitioning scheme from 4.0 days.  The second box was running 4.0 at some point but the paritioning scheme was not changed to preserve your cache.  The first box started with 4.1, or if it was upgraded from 4.0 this command was run (it will clear your DRE and CIFS cache, and require a reload).

pdi-7341-19#disk delete-data-partitions

Regards,

Mike

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