Dell EMC Unity: How to check the number of INODES for File System. (User Correctable)

           

   Article Number:     534584                                   Article Version: 4     Article Type:    How To 
   

 


Product:

 

Dell EMC Unity 300

 

Instructions:

 

 

Issue:   

      Customer receives alert saying "File system <FS name> has no remaining free inodes" https://support.emc.com/kb/534773   

   
   
    To view the INODE values for individual File System via CLI, use the following command:   
   
    svc_storagecheck --sizes --limitpoll   
   
    where,    
      -s, --sizes   
       Return detailed information about all filesystem objects and detailed   
       information about the pool. Display file system free blocks and inodes.   
   
      -lp, --limitpoll   
       Skip printing the 'MluCli poll' output   
   
    For Example:   
   
    09:24:09 service@Unity450F-R14 spa:~/user> svc_storagecheck --sizes --limitpoll       
       
        ======================= [Sat Jun  8 09:24:10 UTC 2019] Beginning Run  =======================       
       
        ======================= Now running ./.server_config ALL -v df | /usr/bin/grep ADMIN: ... =======================       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:  Filesystem               kbytes                 used                avail   capacity Mounted on       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536871773              3145728              1582328              1563400        50% /Test_fs       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536871619              3145728              1584424              1561304        50% /Source       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536871649              3145728              1584424              1561304        50% /NAS4ME       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536870916              3145728              1589920              1555808        51% /.etc       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536870915              3145728              1589696              1556032        51% /       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:  Filesystem               inodes                 used                avail   capacity Mounted on       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536871773              2331376                   14              2331362         0% /Test_fs       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536871619              2331376                   14              2331362         0% /Source       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536871649              2331376                   14              2331362         0% /NAS4ME       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536870916               771568                   91               771477         0% /.etc       
        1559985851: ADMIN: 6:   536870915              2331376                   47              2331329         0% /       
        ======================= [Sat Jun  8 09:24:11 UTC 2019] End of Run  =======================       
       
        09:24:13 service@Unity450F-R14 spa:~/user>
   
   
    Where, 536871773 > Upper Deck File System ID                                                                                                                           

 

 

Notes:

 

 

Also the INODE value can be seen in the output of the 'df -i' command on Unix/Linux clients, for example:   
   
    # df -i /fs1   
    Filesystem Inodes IUsed IFree IUse% Mounted on   
    <Unity IP address>:/fs1 160911856 160620047 291809 100% /fs1   
   
    See also Knowledgebase solution 495133 "Unity: The FAQ for inode feature on Unity"