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Server Automation - shmfs, adapter, HPSASmartBootFS

Hi,

In Server Automation, The three new partition has been created after installation.

  1. shmfs  /var/opt/opsware/ogfs/mnt/root/dev/shm
  2. adapter  /var/opt/opsware/ogfs/mnt/root/opsw
  3. HPSASmartBootFS  /opt/opsware/boot/tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg

Why these partitions are created ? what is the purpose ? and why the partition “HPSASmartBootFS” size is more than 90% ?

 

BR,

Amey

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  • shmfs - is the shared memory block device being presented to the OGFS.
  • adapter - is a virtual filesystem shim to interface the kernel and the OGFS.
  • HPSASmartBootFS - is a virtual filesystem overlay to manage PXE/MAC entries

They are not disk partitions.

 

 

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Thanks for your response.

Why its size is more than 90% ? 

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