In some instances not all filesystems show up in the payload for a Solaris server. Only the NFS (network filesystem mounts) show.

Ref.: Data Collected By Solaris Discovery

The command to create this is: df -k

The output of which, when cross referenced, is exactly what appears in the payload.

Steps to Reproduce

Run a discovery against a Solaris server and verify that local filesystems are not there, only NFS (network file system) type of filesystems show up.


After carefully considering the severity and frequency of the issue, and the cost and risk of attempting a fix, it has been decided to not address this issue in any current or near future releases. We do not make this decision lightly, and we apologize for any inconvenience.

The workaround consists of the following steps:

1) Modify the DiscoverySolarisStorageSensor Script Include to comment out lines 678-679 in the _parseDf function:

change from:

// neither local nor remote (cifs/nfs)
if (!line.startsWith('/dev/') && !line.startsWith('//') && !line.match(/^\w+\/\w+/) && line.indexOf(':') === -1)


// neither local nor remote (cifs/nfs)
//if (!line.startsWith('/dev/') && !line.startsWith('//') && !line.match(/^\w+\/\w+/) && line.indexOf(':') === -1)
// continue;

2) Save the record.

3) Re-discover Solaris server and the missing filesystem will appear.

Related Problem: PRB1336463

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Last Updated:2020-11-16 09:53:35