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NAME

       volinfo - Produces detailed statistics about AFS volume headers

SYNOPSIS

       volinfo [-online] [-vnode] [-date] [-inode] [-itime]
           << [-part <AFS partition name (default current partition)+] >>>
           << [-volumeid <volume id+] >>> [-header] [-sizeOnly]
           [-fixheader] [-saveinodes] [-orphaned] [-help]

DESCRIPTION

       The volinfo command displays detailed statistics about one or more
       volume headers and the partition that houses them. The command must be
       issued on a file server machine and by default produces output for
       every volume on every AFS server partition on the machine. To display
       output for the volumes on one partition only, include the -part
       argument. To display output for one volume only, include the -volumeid
       argument.

OPTIONS

       -online
           Is nonoperational.

       -vnode
           Displays a table for each volume which lists the large (directory)
           and small (file) vnodes in it, in addition to the default output.

       -date
           When combined with the -vnode flag, adds the ServerModTime field to
           each vnode entry in the large vnode and small vnode tables,
           reporting its most recent modification time.

       -inode
           When combined with the -vnode flag, adds the inode field to each
           vnode entry in the large vnode and small vnode tables, reporting
           the associated inode number.

       -itime
           When combined with the -vnode flag, displays a change,
           modification, and access timestamp for each of the large vnode and
           small vnode tables.

       -part <partition name>+
           Specifies the partition that houses each volume for which to
           produce output. Use the format /vicepxx, where xx is one or two
           lowercase letters. This argument can be omitted if the current
           working directory is the mount location for an AFS server
           partition; it is not the mount location for an AFS server
           partition, the command produces output for every volume on all
           local AFS server partitions.

       -volumeid <volume id>+
           Specifies the ID number of one volume for which to produce output.
           The -part argument must be provided along with this one unless the
           current working directory is the mount location for the AFS server
           partition that houses the volume.

       -header
           Displays statistics about the volume header of each volume, in
           addition to the default output.

       -sizeOnly
           Displays a single line of output for each volume, reporting the
           size of various structures associated with it. The default output
           is suppressed and any flags that modify it (such as -vnode) are
           ignored.

       -fixheader
           Repairs damaged inodes in each volume if possible. If there are
           any, it reports the action it is taking to repair them. Otherwise,
           it produces no output in addition to the default output.

       -saveinodes
           Creates a file in the current working directory for each inode in
           each volume. Each file is called TmpInode.vnode_number and contains
           the inode’s contents. The default output is suppressed and any
           flags that modify it (such as -vnode) are ignored.

       -orphaned
           Displays a large vnode and small vnode table for each volume, which
           lists only orphaned vnodes (vnodes that have no parent). If there
           are none, the tables are empty (only the headers appear).

       -help
           Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options
           are ignored.

OUTPUT

       By default, the command produces several line of statistics for each
       volume. Adding other options produces or substitutes additional
       information as described in the OPTIONS manpage.  The output is
       intended for debugging purposes and is meaningful to someone familiar
       with the internal structure of volume headers.

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED

       The issuer must be logged in as the local superuser root.

SEE ALSO

       the vldb.DB0(5) manpage, the volserver(8) manpage

COPYRIGHT

       IBM Corporation 2000. <http://www.ibm.com/> All Rights Reserved.

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