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How do I see how  much inode used in solaris 10?

is there any changes between ufs and zfs in term inodes?

Please advise.

Do we check inode per file system in general?  Can someone give me the insides.
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what is iPool zPool ?
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try df -i or df -ki
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in general "df -i" as mentioned above.

i do not think this would be very relevant in zfs since inodes are allocated on the fly and the number of files or inodes is not limited

df has always had historical problems when coping with zfs and you probably should ignore the reported number of available inodes. the number of used inodes should be accurate, though, at least if you are not using dedup.

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as a side note this thread should not be located uder "linux". solaris is NOT linux and zfs cannot be ported to the linux kernel without being rewritten completely because of the usual license incompatibilities
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