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Physcial Disks

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by LinuxFreak, Nov 22, 2005.

  1. LinuxFreak

    LinuxFreak Registered

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    Dear Sir,
    Hello,

    In the whm od my server under server status >> Server Information >>
    The area Physcial Disks is showing blank . All other details such as Current Disk Usage current mem usage all are showing fijne. Please help

    Best Regards.
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    Farrukh Ahmed
     
  2. Planet_Master

    Planet_Master Well-Known Member

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    I am getting the same but only on my RHE3 boxes all other OS's show it fne so I assume its an RHE3 thing cPanel has changed. Sure it will show up again in the future but you may want to open a ticket so they know the issue exists.
     
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    bugzilla

    I would suggest placing it into Bugzilla - and/or opening a ticket via WHM with cPanel.

    You can also get a status of the drives via the RedHat CLI (shell)

    some commands you might wish to use:
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    df -k  report filesystem disk space usage. (-k reports in Kbytes) 
    du -sh  Calculates file space usage for a given directory. (and everything under it) (-s option summarizes) 
    mount  Displays all mounted devices, their mountpoint, filesystem, and access. Used with command line arguments to mount file system. 
    cat /proc/filesystems  Display filesystems currently in use. 
    cat /proc/mounts  Display mounted filesystems currently in use. 
    showmount  Displays mount info for NFS filesystems. 
    cat /proc/swaps Displays swap partition(s) size, type and quantity used. 
    cat /proc/ide/hda/any-file Displays disk information held by kernel. 
    
    
     
    Just a brief note - I list these commands not because I doubt you dont know them - but someone searching this thread - might be able to use them ...


    Kind Regards
     
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