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Creating and Using Oracle® Solaris Zones

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Updated: April 2019

How to Display Per-Zone fstype Statistics for All Zones

  1. Assume the root role.

    For more information, see Using Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.3.

  2. Obtain per-zone statistics for file system types tmpfs and zfsfor each zone running on the system, and also display a system-wide aggregate for file system types tmpfs and zfs:
    # fsstat -A -Z zfs tmpfs
     new  name   name  attr  attr lookup rddir  read read  write write
     file remov  chng   get   set    ops   ops   ops bytes   ops bytes
     360K 1.79K 20.2K 4.20M 1.02M  25.0M  145K 5.42M 2.00G 1.07M 8.10G zfs
     359K 1.48K 20.1K 4.04M 1.02M  24.5M  144K 5.31M 1.88G 1.06M 8.08G zfs:global
       93    82     6 74.8K   107   250K   144 54.8K 60.5M 4.61K 13.7M zfs:s10
      248   237   158 90.2K   101   336K   283 53.0K 58.3M 4.71K 15.2M zfs:s10u9
    60.0K 41.9K 17.7K  410K   515   216K   426 1022K 1.02G  343K  330M tmpfs
    49.4K 38.1K 11.0K  366K   489   172K   420  968K  979M  283K  273M tmpfs:global
    5.28K 1.90K 3.36K 21.9K    12  21.7K     4 25.7K 29.8M 29.9K 28.3M tmpfs:s10
    5.25K 1.90K 3.34K 22.1K    14  21.6K     2 28.4K 32.1M 29.8K 28.2M tmpfs:s10u9

    In the output, the non-global zones on the system are S10 and S10u9.