Cluster file system VS regualr file system

I have a question regrading cluster file sytem. How can I check a file system is clustered file system or regular filesystem? For an example if we are running VCS on solaris. How do I know file system is clustered or not?  VxFS is a regular file system.  How do I verify is it clustered file system or no?
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Pepe2323Commented:
Hi

one way to identify that on VCS will be check the resources of the group

example

hastatus -sum  -- >> display de groups

hagrp -display groupname -- >> to check the resources

hares -display resourcename -- >> to check the resource name values , there you will find the mount point

that for sure is a cluster file system.

I hope this helps you
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Joseph GanSystem AdminCommented:
This Solaris VCS administration guide has detail informations:
http://sfdoccentral.symantec.com/sf/5.1/solaris/pdf/vcs_admin.pdf
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mokkanAuthor Commented:
Thank you guys.
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