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Hi Experts is this correct?

/dev/vx/dsk/ser01dg/vol_ser01dg_tier2_11 146760056 120605473 26154583 82%       /torser01/imail/msgfiles/tier2/11

fsadm -e -d -t 3600 /torser01/imail/msgfiles/tier2/11
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If you want to reorganize directories and file extents on /torser01/imail/msgfiles/tier2/11 which is a VxFS (Veritas filesystem), setting a time limit of 1 hour - yes, that's correct.

Directories will be reorganized (reordered, compacted) first, then files will be defragmented.

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You could add -D and -E to get before/after reports on directory and file defragmentation.

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Thanks for your expertise!
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Is this issue solved?

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Hi. Sorry about the delay.Thank you for your help!
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