showfdmn - Display attributes of an AdvFS file domain
/sbin/showfdmn [-k] domain
-k Displays the total number of blocks and the number of free blocks in
terms of 1K blocks.
Specifies the name of an existing AdvFS file domain.
The showfdmn command displays the attributes of a file domain and detailed
information about each volume in the file domain.
The command displays the following file domain attributes:
A unique number (in hexadecimal format) that identifies a file domain.
+ Date Created
The day, month, and time that a file domain was created.
The number of 8-kilobyte pages in the transaction log of the specified
An internal-use-only version number for the AdvFS on-disk data struc-
tures. This number is not related to the version number of the base
+ Domain Name
The name of the file domain.
The command also displays the following volume information:
The volume number within the file domain. An L next to the number
indicates that the volume contains the transaction log.
The size of the volume in 512-byte blocks.
The size of the volume in 1K blocks.
The number of blocks in a volume that are available for use.
+ % Used
The percent of volume space that is currently allocated to files or
The I/O consolidation mode. The default mode is on.
The maximum number of 512-byte blocks read from the volume at one
The maximum number of 512-byte blocks written to the volume at one
+ Vol Name
The name of the special device file for the volume.
For multi-volume file domains, the showfdmn command also displays the total
volume size, total number of free blocks, and the total percent of volume
space currently allocated.
A file domain must be active before the showfdmn command can display volume
information. A file domain is active when at least one fileset in the file
domain is mounted.
1. The following example displays domain information for the usr_domain
% showfdmn usr_domain
Id Date Created LogPgs Version Domain Name
2b5361ba.000791be Tue Jan 12 16:26 1999 256 4 usr_domain
Vol 512-Blks Free % Used Cmode Rblks Wblks Vol Name
1L 820164 351580 57% on 256 256 /dev/disk/dsk0d
2. To display information on all file domains on a system, enter the fol-
lowing sequence of commands:
% cd /etc/fdmns
% showfdmn *
Commands: chvol(8), mkfdmn(8)