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vmware ESX I want to look at the VMFS volumes and cant seem to find them

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I am in the command line in a esx 4.0 , how can i CD into the vmfs volumes or look at them in the command line ?

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try cd /vmfs/  you should see yoru volumes there so you can cd into them.

To list what's in teh volumes you can use "ls -l"
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