srvctl start filesystem

Starts (mounts) the file system resource.


This command is only available with Oracle Clusterware.

Syntax and Parameters

Use the srvctl start filesystem command with the following syntax:

srvctl start filesystem -device volume_device [-node node_name]

Table A-153 srvctl start filesystem Parameters

Parameter Description
-device volume_device

The path of the file system resource device that you want to start.

-node node_name

The name of the node on which the file system resource should be started.

If you do not specify this parameter, then the utility starts the file system resource on all the available nodes in the cluster.

Usage Notes

  • You must run this command as root user on Linux and UNIX platforms, or as an Administrator user on Windows platforms, or as a configured file system user.

    See Also:

    srvctl add filesystem for more information about configuring file system users


To start a file system on all configured nodes in the cluster:

$ srvctl start filesystem -device /dev/asm/data_db1-68

To start the file system on node1:

$ srvctl start filesystem -device /dev/asm/data_db1-68 -node node1