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Fsutil resource

Updated: April 17, 2012

Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista

Creates a Secondary Transactional Resource Manager, starts or stops a Transactional Resource Manager, or displays information about a Transactional Resource Manager and modifies the following behavior:

  • Whether a default Transactional Resource Manager will clean its transactional metadata at the next mount

  • The specified Transactional Resource Manager to prefer consistency over availability

  • The specified Transaction Resource Manager to prefer availability over consistency

  • The characteristics of a running Transactional Resource Manager

For examples of how to use this command, see Examples .

fsutil resource [create] <RmRootPathname>
fsutil resource [info] <RmRootPathname>
fsutil resource [setautoreset] {true|false} <DefaultRmRootPathname>
fsutil resource [setavailable] <RmRootPathname>
fsutil resource [setconsistent] <RmRootPathname>
fsutil resource [setlog] [growth {<Containers> containers|<Percent> percent} <RmRootPathname>] [maxextents <Containers> <RmRootPathname>] [minextents <Containers> <RmRootPathname>] [mode {full|undo} <RmRootPathname>] [rename <RmRootPathname>] [shrink <percent> <RmRootPathname>] [size <Containers> <RmRootPathname>]
fsutil resource [start] <RmRootPathname> [<RmLogPathname> <TmLogPathname>
fsutil resource [stop] <RmRootPathname>

 

Parameter Description

create

Creates a secondary Transactional Resource Manager.

<RmRootPathname>

Specifies the full path to a Transactional Resource Manager root directory.

info

Displays the specified Transactional Resource Manager’s information.

setautoreset

Specifies whether a default Transactional Resource Manager will clean the transactional metadata on the next mount.

  • Set the setautoreset parameter to true to specify that the Transaction Resource Manager will clean the transactional metadata on the next mount, by default.

  • Set the setautoreset parameter to false to specify that the Transaction Resource Manager will not clean the transactional metadata on the next mount, by default.

<DefaultRmRootPathname>

Specifies the drive name followed by a colon.

setavailable

Specifies that a Transactional Resource Manager will prefer availability over consistency.

setconsistent

Specifies that a Transactional Resource Manager will prefer consistency over availability.

setlog

Changes the characteristics of a Transactional Resource Manager that is already running.

growth

Specifies the amount by which the Transactional Resource Manager log can grow.

The growth parameter can be specified as follows:

  • Number of containers using the format: Containerscontainers

  • Percentage using the format: Percentpercent

<containers>

Specifies the data objects that are used by the Transactional Resource Manager.

maxextent

Specifies the maximum number of containers for the specified Transactional Resource Manager.

minextent

Specifies the minimum number of containers for the specified Transactional Resource Manager.

mode {full|undo}

Specifies whether all transactions are logged ( full) or only rolled back events are logged (undo).

rename

Changes the GUID for the Transactional Resource Manager.

shrink

Specifies percentage by which the Transactional Resource Manager log can automatically decrease.

size

Specifies the size of the Transactional Resource Manager as a specified number of Containers.

start

Starts the specified Transactional Resource Manager.

stop

Stops the specified Transactional Resource Manager.

To set the log for the Transactional Resource Manager that is specified by c:\test, to have an automatic growth of five containers, type:

fsutil resource setlog growth 5 containers c:test

To set the log for the Transactional Resource Manager that is specified by c:\test, to have an automatic growth of two percent, type:

fsutil resource setlog growth 2 percent c:test

To specify that the default Transactional Resource Manager will clean the transactional metadata on the next mount on drive C, type:

fsutil resource setautoreset true c:\  

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