Mastering ASMCMD

Posted By Sagar Patil

cd Changes the current directory to the specified directory.

duDisplays the total disk space occupied by ASM files in the specified ASM directory and all its subdirectories, recursively.

exit Exits ASMCMD.

find Lists the paths of all occurrences of the specified name (with wildcards) under the specified directory.
ASMCMD> find +dgroup1 undo* +dgroup1/SAMPLE/DATAFILE/UNDOTBS1.258.555341963 +dgroup1/SAMPLE/DATAFILE/UNDOTBS1.272.557429239

The following example returns the absolute path of all the control files in the
+dgroup1/sample directory.ASMCMD> find -t CONTROLFILE +dgroup1/sample * +dgroup1/sample/CONTROLFILE/Current.260.555342185 +dgroup1/sample/CONTROLFILE/Current.261.555342183

ls Lists the contents of an ASM directory, the attributes of the specified file, or the names and attributes of all disk groups.

lsct Lists information about current ASM clients.

lsdg Lists all disk groups and their attributes.

mkalias Creates an alias for a system-generated filename.

mkdir Creates ASM directories.

pwd Displays the path of the current ASM directory.

rm Deletes the specified ASM files or directories.

rmalias Deletes the specified alias, retaining the file that the alias points to.

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