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As the other answer states, there is no simple task to do that. You have to search the whole filesystem. Here is an approach: find / -type l -ls 2>/dev/null | grep -P " -> .*HORCM$" It uses find to search all links, then prints them in a form like ls -dils. At the end, the complete output is grepped for the folder you search. It may take a while to ...


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There's no way of knowing what symbolic links exist that point to a particular directory or whatever, besides simply searching through the entire filesystem for symbolic links and checking what those links point to.


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Solution found in a very good script http://www.cfg2html.com/ echo "VSZ(KB) PID RUSER CPU TIME COMMAND" UNIX95= ps -e -o 'vsz pid ruser cpu time args' |sort -nr|head -25


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You first need to deactivate the physical volume: # pvchange -a n /dev/dsk/c2t0d0s2 After that, # vgcfgrestore -n /dev/vg00 /dev/rdsk/c2t0d0s2 # pvchange -a y /dev/dsk/c2t0d0s2 Don't do the pvcreate on the whole disk, that will screw up the disk layout.



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