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Re: XFS File System Monitor

To: support@xxxxxxx
Subject: Re: XFS File System Monitor
From: Rotem Ben Arye <rotem.benarye@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 2 Jan 2014 15:20:58 +0200
Cc: xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
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HI , I'm not sure it will help here,  we  are working central storage with Netapp , EMC and others , 
The Using of XFS File system on volume , is expressed with an creation of XFS, as e.g :  mkfs.xfs.
 My question about what are the tools that could assist us to monitor XFS file system was in general.
 

 On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 3:04 PM, <support@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello Rotem

We have received your email and wish to log your request. However we need to know the Serial Number (s/n) of your machine in order to do so.

The Serial Number is usually located on a white barcode label on the back of your machine.

Depending on your system type, you may also be able to determine the serial number by running one of the following commands:

1) "sysinfo -vv" (Irix)
2) "cat /proc/sgi_sn/system_serial_number" (Altix)
3) dmidecode |grep Serial |grep X  (Altix XE)
4) scash -p -c "dmidecode |grep Serial |grep X" (Altix XE Clusters with Scalimanage)
5) dmidecode  | grep "Serial Number" | grep Z (Altix ICE)
6) dmidecode -s system-serial-number (Altix UV 10)
7) From the OS, use the 'topology' command.  From the SMN, use the 'config' command.  (Altix UV 100 & UV 1000)
8) "wmic bios get serialnumber" from the command line (Windows 2003/2008)

Once we receive this information, we will be able to log a case.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,
SGI Global Customer Support Center

Corporate Office:
SGI, 46600 Landing Parkway, Fremont, CA 94538, USA

>
>
> To: support@xxxxxxx
> Date: 12:16 PM Thursday January 02nd, 2014(GMT)
> From: "Rotem Ben Arye" <rotem.benarye@xxxxxxxxx>
> CC: xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: XFS File System Monitor
>
> Hi, SGI Support Team.
>
> My Name is Rotem , I am a Linux/Unix System Administrator in web company
> at Israel. I have a question I want to appeal to you to get some advice.
>
> In the last weekend we had crisis in one of the Production server in
> the comany ,the problem was defined by the Integrators as  "xfs file
> system corrupted"
>
> My question is , what are the open source tools , that we can use on
> runtime at production environment , to monitor and sample to get
> indication on mount XFS , That something is not living well, and can
> lead to problem.
>
> We are working in a Linux environment on CentOS distributions server.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Rotem Ben Arye
>

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