How to fsck a vxfs filesystem on Solaris 10

Hi Experts, received the message below:

Oct 20 14:05:56 torser01 vxfs: [ID 702911 kern.warning] WARNING: msgcnt 708 mesg 003: V-2-3: vx_mapbad - vx_extfind - /dev/vx/dsk/ser01dg/vol_ser01dg_tier1_02 file system free extent bitmap in au 3037 marked bad

What commands do I use to find the filesystem to unmount, run the filesystem check, verify things then mount vxfs? Thanks! This is a part of a 3 node cluster.
Rhiaanon44Asked:
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Rhiaanon44Author Commented:
Hi Kerem. Thanks. What are the commands to unmount/mount the filesystem?   Is this correct format for fsck?

/opt/VRTS/bin/<fsck> -t /dev/vx/dsk/mss01dg/vol_mss01dg_tier1_02

/opt/VRTS/bin/<fsck> -t <vxfs> /dev/vx/rdsk/<disk_group>/<volume_name>

No one in my team has performed this before so we need the advice. Thanks!
omarfaridCommented:
use the usual command

umount /dirname

mount /dirname
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Rhiaanon44Author Commented:
Thanks. We had a lock on the filesystem managed to unlock but cannot lock. Here is what we used:

opt/VRTS/bin/mount -o mntlock=VCS /dev/vx/dsk/mss01dg/vol_ser01dg_tier1_02  Did not lock the system back. Any ideas?
madan1278Commented:
what is the error you get when you issue the mount command?
Are the file systems a part of VCS config?
Rhiaanon44Author Commented:
Hey guys. Got it to mount. Are there commands that verify that fsck worked?
madan1278Commented:
if you can mount that means file system is clean...the mount by itself is a verfication that fsck has worked and file system is clean...
omarfaridCommented:
if you did not encounter any problem while running fsck and then got the file system mounted successfully then it was successful
RowleyCommented:
This file system appears to be defined as mount resource within VCS. There are options for this resource type which define the fs type and fsck options.
Any mount/fsck operations output will be in your /var/VRTSvcs/log/engine_A.log


Kerem ERSOYPresidentCommented:
Hi,

Since you can mount the drive it seems that errors are fixed.

Cheers,
K.
 
Rhiaanon44Author Commented:
Thanks you experts!
Kerem ERSOYPresidentCommented:
You're welcome.
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