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thin_ls — List thin volumes within a pool.

Synopsis

thin_ls [options] {metadata device}

Description

thin_ls Displays infomation about thin volumes in a pool.  Pass the metadata device on the command line, not the pool device.

This tool cannot be run on live metadata unless the --metadata-snap option is used.

Options

-o, --format

Give a comma separated list of the fields to be output.  Valid fields are: DEV, MAPPED_BLOCKS, EXCLUSIVE_BLOCKS, SHARED_BLOCKS, MAPPED_SECTORS, EXCLUSIVE_SECTORS, SHARED_SECTORS, MAPPED_BYTES, EXCLUSIVE_BYTES, SHARED_BYTES, MAPPED, EXCLUSIVE, SHARED, TRANSACTION CREATE_TIME, SNAP_TIME

--no-headers

Don't output headers.

-m, --metadata-snap

If you want to get information out of a live pool then you will need to take a metadata snapshot and use this switch.

--verbose

Provide extra information on the mappings.

-h, --help

Print help and exit.

-V, --version

Output version information and exit.

See Also

thin_dump(8) thin_repair(8) thin_restore(8) thin_rmap(8) thin_trim(8) thin_metadata_size(8)

Author

Joe Thornber <ejt@redhat.com>

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