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The collection of the commands to check the Linux & Unix physical disk’s capacity

Publication Date:  2012-11-07 Views:  44 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
The collection of the commands we used to check the physical disk’s capacity in the Linux & Unix.
Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
1. The command to check the disk’s capacity in the Linux
Adapting to: RedHat linux 3,4,5,6 SuSe Linux 8,9,10,11
Command: fdisk –l
2. The command to check the disk’s capacity in the Solaris
Adapting to: Solaris Sparc 9,10
Command: iostat –En
3. The command to check the disk’s capacity in the HP-UNIX
Adapting to: HP-UNIX 11
Command: diskinfo /dev/rdisk/cxtxdx
4. The command to check the disk’s capacity in the AIX
Adapting to: AIX 5,6
Command: getconf DISK_SIZE /dev/hdiskx

Root Cause
None
Suggestions
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