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Example 7-6 List server sfscli> lsserver Name State Server Role Filesets Last Boot ========================================================= mds1 Online Master 2 May 14, 2004 2:47:31 AM mds2 Online Subordinate 0 May 16, 2004 10:39:58 PM In this output: Name: The name of the MDS. State: Indicates the state of the MDS. The possible states are: Failed Initialization, Fully Quiescent, Initializing, Joining, Not Added, Not Running, Offline, Online, Partly Quiescent, and Unknown Server Role: Indicates whether the MDS is master or subordinate. Filesets: Indicates number of filesets assigned to the MDS. Last Boot section: Shows when the engine was last started. 7.2.2 Verify system volume GUI: Manage Storage Volumes. If all the engines are up and running, check that the system volume is available. This is the raw device specified when installing the master MDS (rvpatha, for example). Use lsvol, as shown in Example 7-7. The lsvol command lists all the volumes defined by SAN File System. At this time, we only have one volume defined, which is assigned to the System Pool. Example 7-7 List volumes and check your system volume