Enabling large file systems

Follow these instructions if you did not enable large file support during the initial installation of InfoPrint Manager and you want to use this function. These instructions apply to both the /var/pd and /var/psf file systems. You should have at least 7 gigabytes of available hard drive space to properly configure your system for large file support.
  1. Log into the InfoPrint server as root.
  2. Open a terminal window.
  3. Stop all InfoPrint related processes by using this command: /usr/lpp/InfoPrint/install/bin/killprocs.ksh
    Note: InfoPrint is capitalized.
  4. Use this command to unmount the /var/psf/segments, /var/pd, and /var/psf file systems:
    umount <file system name>
    Where <file system name> is /var/psf/segments, /var/psf, or /var/pd.
    Note: You need to umount /var/psf/segments to umount /var/psf. However, you do not need to large file enable /var/psf/segments because the segment files are limited to a approximately to 5 megabytes in size by default.
  5. Gather three pieces of information:
    • File system size
    • Volume group name
    • Does the file system currently support large files?
    1. Issue this command:
      lsfs -q <file system name>
      Where <file system name> is /var/pd or /var/psf. Check both of these file systems. If you see bf: false in the response text, the file system is not large file enabled. If you see bf: true in the response text, the file system is already large file enabled. However, continue with these steps to make sure that your file system is also large enough to support large file processing.
    2. Find the volume group name:
      1. Look in the Name column on the far left of the window for the logical volume name for the file system.
      2. Issue this command:
        lslv <logical volume name>