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NAME

       fssync-debug_header - Retrieves volume disk data structure (FSYNC_VOL_QUERY_HDR opcode)

SYNOPSIS

       fssync-debug header -volumeid <volume ID>
           [-partition <exact partition name>]
           [-reason <sync protocol reason code>]
           [-programtype <program type code>]
           [-help]

       fssync-debug hea -v <volume ID>
           [-pa <exact partition name>]
           [-r <sync protocol reason code>]
           [-pr <program type code>]
           [-h]

       fssync-debug hdr -v <volume ID>
           [-pa <exact partition name>]
           [-r <sync protocol reason code>]
           [-pr <program type code>]
           [-h]

DESCRIPTION

       The fssync-debug header command retrieves volume disk data structure.

OPTIONS

       -volumeid <volume ID>
           Specifies the numeric volume ID. Volume names are not permitted.

       -partition <exact partition name>
           Specifies the exact partition name (e.g. /vicepa). Abbreviations are not permitted.

       -reason <sync protocol reason code>
           Specifies numeric sync protocol reason code.  Available codes are listed in OpenAFS
           source file src/vol/fssync_inline.h. For SYNC_REASON_NONE, use -reason 0.

       -programtype <program type code>
           Specifies program type code. Permitted values are fileServer, volumeUtility, salvager,
           salvageServer, volumeServer and volumeSalvager.

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED

       The issuer must have write access to the file server.  Usually, this means that the issuer
       must be the local superuser "root" on the file server machine.

SEE ALSO

       fssync-debug_query(8), fssync-debug_stats(8)

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2010 Davor Ocelic <docelic@spinlocksolutions.com>

       This documentation is covered by the IBM Public License Version 1.0.  This man page was
       written by Davor Ocelic for OpenAFS, based on documentation from Steven Jenkins, Tom
       Keiser and Simon Wilkinson.