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vdf(8)								       vdf(8)



NAME

  vdf -	Display	disk information for AdvFS domains and filesets

SYNOPSIS

  /sbin/advfs/vdf [-k] [-l] domain | domain#fileset

OPTIONS

  -k  Display disk blocks as 1024-byte blocks instead of the default of	512-
      byte blocks.

  -l  When the -l option is specified, the default information for both	the
      domain and filesets is reformatted to show the relationships between
      them. For	example, any domain metadata displayed is the total metadata
      shared by	filesets in the	domain.

OPERANDS

  domain
      The full path name of an AdvFS file domain.

      When a domain argument is	specified, the default display contains
      information about	the number of disk blocks allocated to the domain,
      the number of disk blocks	in use by the domain, and the number of	disk
      blocks that are available	to the domain.

  domain#fileset
      The name of an AdvFS fileset in an AdvFS file domain.

      When a domain#fileset argument is	specified, the default display con-
      tains information	about the number of disk blocks	allocated to the
      fileset, the number of disk blocks in use	by the fileset,	and the
      number of	disk blocks that are available to the fileset.	This informa-
      tion is in the same format as that displayed by the df command.

DESCRIPTION

  The vdf utility is a script that reformats output from the showfdmn,
  showfsets, shfragbf, and df utilities	in order to display information	about
  the disk usage of AdvFS file domains and filesets. In	addition, the utility
  computes and displays	the sizes of metadata files in a domain	or fileset.

NOTES

  The disk space used by clone filesets	is not calculated.

  If clone filesets are	present	in the specified domain, the utility displays
  the following	warning	message:

       Clone fileset(s)	in this	domain;	totals may not be accurate








RESTRICTIONS

  You must be the root user to use this	command.

  The command cannot be	used on	filesets that are NFS mounted.

  All filesets in a domain must	be mounted in order to calculate the disk
  usage	of the domain.

EXIT STATUS

  The utility returns a	value of 0 (zero) on successful	completion.  It
  returns a value of 1 on failure.

EXAMPLES

   1.  The following example shows the summary information for a fileset
       named testfs in a domain	named test.  The output	is the same as for
       the df command:
	    # vdf test#testfs
	    Filesystem	 512-blocks  Used  Available Capacity  Mounted on
	    test#testfs	      60000 20800      39200	  35%	     /mnt

   2.  The following example shows the summary information for a domain	named
       usr_domain where	the number of blocks used for metadata and data	equal
       89% of the domain's capacity:
	    # vdf usr_domain
	    Domain     512-blocks  Metadata   Used Available Capacity
	    usr_domain	    65536     11219  47549	6768	  89%

   3.  The following example shows a detailed display of the domain that con-
       tains the fileset test#testfs.  There are two filesets in the domain;
       each has	a quota	limit of 60,000	blocks:
	    # vdf -l test#testfs
	    Domain    512-blocks   Metadata   Used Available Capacity
	    test	  266240       5824  29128    231288	  13%

	    Fileset  QuotaLimit	      Used    Available	   Capacity
	    testfs	  60000	     20800	  39200		35%
	    testfs2	  60000	      8328	  51672		14%

   4.  The following example shows a detailed display of a fileset that	is
       the only	fileset	in the domain and that the fileset has a quota limit
       that is greater than the	domain can hold:
	    # vdf -l test#testfs
	    Domain    512-blocks   Metadata   Used Available Capacity
	    test	  266240       5824  29128    231288	  13%

	    Fileset  QuotaLimit	      Used    Available	   Capacity
	    testfs	 300000	     20800	 231288		 8%










FILES

  /sbin/advfs/vdf



SEE ALSO

  Commands: df(1), showfdmn(8),	showfsets(8), shfragbf(8)

  Files: advfs(4)