Displays the characteristics of file systems.
lsfs [ -q ] [ -c | -l ] [ -a | -v VfsType | -u MountGroup | [ FileSystem ... ] ]
The lsfs command displays characteristics of file systems, such as mount points, automatic mounts, permissions, and file system size. The FileSystem parameter reports on a specific file system. The following subsets can be queried for a listing of characteristics:
The lsfs command displays additional Journaled File System (JFS) characteristics if the -q flag is specified.
You can use a Web-based System Manager File Systems application (wsm fs fast path) to run this command. You could also use the System Management Interface Tool (SMIT) smit lsfs fast path to run this command.
|-a||Lists all file systems (default).|
|-c||Specifies that the output should be in colon format.|
|-l||Specifies that the output should be in list format.|
|-q||Queries the logical volume manager (LVM) for the logical volume size (in 512-byte blocks) and queries the JFS superblock for the file system size, the fragment size, the compression algorithm (if any), and the number of bytes per i-node (nbpi).|
|-u MountGroup||Reports on all file systems of a specified mount group.|
|-v VfsType||Reports on all file systems of a specified type.|
lsfs -v jfs
lsfs -q /
|/etc/filesystems||Lists the known file systems and defines their characteristics.|
The crfs command, chfs command, rmfs command.
File Systems Overview for System Management in AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices explains file system types, management, structure, and maintenance.
Mounting Overview in AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices explains mounting files and directories, mount points, and automatic mounts.
Setting up and running Web-based System Management in AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices.
System Management Interface Tool (SMIT): Overview in AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices explains SMIT structure, main menus, and tasks.