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Mount point in AIX by GPFS disappers!

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I have one mount point in AIX , it is the shared disk ( we use GPFS ) .
It is backup space. Now, it don't see it when using "df -k" .
Normally , i see file system is mounted on /backup.
Would anybody give me the advise to find the reason ?
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Verify the GPFS installation: lslpp -l gpfs\*

It could be that the GPFS daemon is not up so check if it is started on all nodes: mmstartup -a
Mount the filesystem if not done automatically upon GPFS daemon start.


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I use command mount  , after it displays
"Replaying log for /dev/backuplv" and filesystem is mounted.
Normally , it is automatically , don't know why this time is manual
Thanks !
Because of so  worry , i forget , it is not use GPFS . it is normal mount point.
I want to use is as GPFS area , how to configure ?
Would u advise me

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Thanks for your help!
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