hendersp3
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VCSA /dev/log_vg/log

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Can anyone tell me about the significance of this location  /dev/log_vg/log?

It is always corrupt after a power outage.  I know that file system issues are fairly common after power outages but this one is pretty sever.  always this vcsa and always /dev/log_vg/log.  So I am curious what this file system is for.  Just vcsa logs? 

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SupreetK
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Yep, /dev/log_vg/log is the logical volume corresponding to the mount point /storage/log holding the log files.

Cheers,

Supreet

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SupreetK
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Yep, /dev/log_vg/log is the logical volume corresponding to the mount point /storage/log holding the log files.

Cheers,

Supreet

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hendersp3
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It sure is.  I just discovered how to check.  Thanks