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-f option for "acfsutil size" command (Doc ID 2983899.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 26, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version Beta 23c and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 Since 23c, -f option for "acfsutil size" command is implemented.
Manual shows as follows


acfsutil size


Resizes an Oracle ACFS file system.

Syntax and Description

acfsutil size -h
acfsutil size {[[+|-]n[K|M|G|T|P]] [-d volume_device] [-q]} |
{[-a n[K|M|G|T] ] [-f n[K|M|G|T] ] [-x n[K|M|G|T] ]} mount_point

acfsutil size -s mount_point
acfsutil size -n mount_point


 Regarding -f option,the description is incorrect.
As stated below,the values that can be specified with the -f option are 0 and 5-50.



Specifies the percentage free space threshold for automatic resize. If not set, the Oracle ACFS file system uses 10% as the threshold. Whole number values of 0 and 5-50 are allowed. Specifying 0 restores the Oracle ACFS file system to using the default 10%.


* Documentation bug 35957396 is filed. 



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