List file systems in a volume group: lsvgfs
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You would then need to strip out the header line and any logical volumes not associated with a file system, such as jfslogs, system dumps and the boot logical volume. Well, there's a simpler way: the lsvgfs command.
The syntax is very simple, as the man page for lsvgfs explains:
Putty box selection
There's another way of listing mounted file systems. If you use Putty and want to cut and paste a box or a single column from your window, you can use the Alt key as you make your selection with your mouse. You might use this, for example, when doing a list of files using or when you want to grab a column of output from the df command. This handy little feature allows you to cut a rectangle from your Putty window without having to use or some other method.