sambcheck - Lists block use for a Sun QFS or SAM-QFS file
sambcheck fs_name block_num[.ord] [block_num[.ord]] ...
The sambcheck command determines the current usage of each
requested block_num in a Sun QFS or SAM-QFS file system.
This command must be run as root. For accurate results, the
file system should be unmounted.
This command accepts the following arguments:
fsname The family set name, as specified in the mcf file,
for the file system for which the usage list is
block_num A number that identifies the blocks for which
statistics should be obtained. Blocks are in
1024-byte (1 kilobyte) units. Use one of the
o Decimal. Default.
o Octal. The block_num must be preceded by 0.
o Hexadecimal. The block_num must be preceded by
0x or 0X.
ord The partition number (ordinal) upon which the
block use is to be found. If no .ord is
specified, all partitions are examined. All ord
specifications are assumed to be in decimal.
The output from this command is one line per requested block
number for each explicit or implicit ordinal. The block
number is displayed as entered, followed by its decimal form
in parentheses, followed by text indicating the usage
determined for the block_num[.ord].
bilbo# sambcheck samfs1 0x40 0x42.0 0x42.2 0x7a150 0x89cd0.01 512
block 0x40 (64.0) is a data block for .inodes containing 1 - 32
block 0x40 (64.1) is a data block for directory inode 26.1
block 0x40 (64.2) is a data block for inode 934767.1
block 0x40 (64.4) is a data block for inode 934766.1
block 0x42.0 (66.0) is a data block for .inodes containing 1 - 32
block 0x42.2 (66.2) is a free data block
block 0x7a150 (500048.0) is a data block for .inodes containing 999969 - 1000000
block 0x7a150 (500048.1) is a data block for directory inode 787628.1
block 0x7a150 (500048.2) is a data block for inode 934767.1
block 0x7a150 (500048.4) is a free data block
block 0x89cd0.01 (564432.1) is an indirect block for inode 934767.1
block 512 (512.0) is a data block for .inodes containing 897 - 928
block 512 (512.1) is a data block for directory inode 65.1
block 512 (512.2) is a data block for inode 934767.1
block 512 (512.4) is a data block for inode 934766.1