Size of the quorum drives

I need to know the following info from the sun cluster I have.
1. Size of the quorum drives
2. How many disks does each cluster group have.
Please assist as to any commands which would give the above info. Thanks!
MaxAixAsked:
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sarvendraCommented:
For Sun Cluster 3.0:
1. to see quorum devices: #scstat -q      or # scconf -p | grep -i quorum

2.Use scstat(1M) to list the disk device group configuration.
% scstat -D
 Use scconf(1M) to list the disk device group configuration.
% scconf -p  

Kindly refer http://192.18.109.11/816-3384/816-3384.pdf  for more details.

Hope it will answer your query.

Sarvendra
MaxAixAuthor Commented:
'scconf' gives the quorum device as "/dev/did/rdsk/d19s2"
But I am unable to find out what the size of the quorum device is...
obviously, I can't see it using "df". Is there anyother way to find it out? Manual doesn't say anything about the size.
Please assist asap!

thanks
sarvendraCommented:
please use #scdidadm -l  it will provide the path in format CxTyDz, then u can check actual size also using format command.

Kindly refer man pages of scdidadm.

scdidadm(1M)
scdidadm– device identifier configuration and administration utility wrapper
SYNOPSIS
/usr/cluster/bin/scdidadm -c
/usr/cluster/bin/scdidadm -C
/usr/cluster/bin/scdidadm -r
/usr/cluster/bin/scdidadm -R {path | instance_number | all}
/usr/cluster/bin/scdidadm -l | -L [-h] [-o fmt] ... [path | instance_number]
/usr/cluster/bin/scdidadm [-u] [-i]
/usr/cluster/bin/scdidadm -U
/usr/cluster/bin/scdidadm -v

Hope this will help.
Thanks
Sarvendra

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