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       tunefs.ocfs2 - Change OCFS2 file system parameters.


       tunefs.ocfs2   [-L  volume-label]  [-N  number-of-nodes]  [-J  journal-
       options] [-S volume-size] [-qvV] device


       tunefs.ocfs2 is used to adjust OCFS2 file system  parameters  on  disk.
       In order to prevent data loss, tunefs.ocfs2 will not perform any action
       on the specified device, if that device is mounted on any node  in  the
       cluster. O2CB cluster service should be up to run this tool.


       -L volume-label
              Change  the  volume  label  for the file system. Limit the label
              length to under 64 bytes.

       -N number-of-node-slots
              Use this to increase the number of slots inorder to increase the
              number  of  nodes  that  can concurrently mount this volume. The
              maximum value is 255.

       -J journal-options
              Modify the journal using options specified on the  command-line.
              Journal  options  are  comma separated, and may take an argument
              using the equals (’=’) sign. The following journal  options  are

                          Increase  the  size  of  journal  files  for all the
                          slots. Minimum size is 4M.

       -S volume-size
              Increase the size of the OCFS2 volume. This functionality is not
              operational as of now.

       -q     Quiet mode.

       -v     Verbose mode.

       -V     Show version and exit.


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       ocfs2console(8) ocfs2cdsl(8)


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