Syscheck error

Posted on 2003-03-13
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-04-21
This error prompting on the screen every so often

syschk: '/usr' usage (97%)exceeds 90%

I'm looking for a little guidance.  I realize I need to closed down software running, and I need to allocate more space to /usr.  Can I do this in smit?  What options do I use?
Question by:bckwheat
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bira earned 80 total points
ID: 8132235
smit fs
change / show filesystems
journaled filesystems
change/show characteristics of a journaled filesystem

  choose /usr
  and increase the size of filesystem (in 512 bytes block)

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as the say goes . . .   YOU DA MAN

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