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How to check disk size in vxvm 4.1.

allaboutunix
Level 6

Hi

root@stpsn180# vxdg -g jsdg free
DISK         DEVICE       TAG          OFFSET    LENGTH    FLAGS
emcdisk01    c3t1d151s2   c3t1d151     6497280   217436160 -
emcdisk02    c3t1d152s2   c3t1d152     189592320 34341120  -
emcdisk05    c3t1d155s2   c3t1d155     148899840 75033600  -
emcdisk06    c3t1d156s2   c3t1d156     209717760 14215680  -

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How to the check the size of disk in vxvm 4.1?

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Gaurav_S
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Length * 512 = Bytes

Bytes / 1024 = KB  / 1024 = MB /1024 =GB

217436160 * 512 = 111327313920

111327313920 / 1024 = 108718080 KB  / 1024 = 106170 MB  / 1024 = 103.68GB

 

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Marianne
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Are you aware the VxVM ran out of support more than 3 years ago?

Have a look at this blog (hopefully motivation to upgrade...)

Displaying Volume and Disk Sizes in Human Friendly Format (MB, GB & TB) with Volume Manager (VxVM) 

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Gaurav_S
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Length * 512 = Bytes

Bytes / 1024 = KB  / 1024 = MB /1024 =GB

217436160 * 512 = 111327313920

111327313920 / 1024 = 108718080 KB  / 1024 = 106170 MB  / 1024 = 103.68GB

 

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Marianne
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Are you aware the VxVM ran out of support more than 3 years ago?

Have a look at this blog (hopefully motivation to upgrade...)

Displaying Volume and Disk Sizes in Human Friendly Format (MB, GB & TB) with Volume Manager (VxVM) 

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allaboutunix
Level 6

hahah.. right marianne, but client wants to remain at 4.1,don't know y.

Anyways, thanks fo rthe info.