6.7.2 Cannot Unmount File
This section summarizes the key commands that have been used in different
sections of this chapter.
The following commands are most commonly used with physical volume related
lsdev Lists devices in the ODM.
- Changes the characteristics of a device.
- Adds a device to the system.
- Changes the state of the physical volume.
- Displays information about a physical volume within a volume group.
- Moves allocated physical partitions from one physical volume to one or more
other physical volumes.
The following commands are most commonly used with volume group related
- Creates a new volume group.
- Adds a physical volume to a volume group.
- Removes physical volume from a volume group.
- Changes a volume group.
- Displays information about a volume group.
- Installs a volume group.
- Removes a volume group.
- Reorganizes a volume group.
- Synchronizes a volume group.
- Makes a volume group available for use.
varyoffvg Makes a volume group unavailable for use.
The following are some of the most commonly used logical volume commands.
- Creates a logical volume.
- Lists the characteristics of a logical volume.
- Removes a logical volume.
- Increases the size of a logical volume.
- Changes the characteristic of a logical volume.
- Adds copies to a logical volume.
- Removes copies from a logical volume.
The following is the list of file systems commands that have been discussed
in this chapter:
- Changes the characteristics of a file system.
- Adds a file system.
- Displays the characteristics of a file system.
- Removes a file system.
- Makes a file system available for use.
- Checks file system consistency and interactively repairs the file system.
- Unmounts a previously mounted file system, directory, or file.
- Reports information about space on file systems.