How to find the queue_depth of a lun based filesystem on AIX?

# Displays information of all volume group, in the following example vb_TESTDB_data1 is one of the oracle filesystem
/home/oracle $ lsvg
..
rootvg
vg_TESTDB_data1

# Display the filesystem the volume group maps to
/home/oracle $ lsvg -l vg_TESTDB_data1
vg_TESTDB_data1:
LV NAME TYPE LPs PPs PVs LV STATE MOUNT POINT
fslv06 jfs2 7671 7671 1 open/syncd /oradata/TESTDB/data01

# List the volume group hdisk assigned to it
/home/oracle $ lsvg -p vg_TESTDB_data1
vg_TESTDB_data1:
PV_NAME PV STATE TOTAL PPs FREE PPs FREE DISTRIBUTION
hdisk17 active 494 6 00..00..00..00..06

# List the disk attributes
/home/oracle $ lsattr -El hdisk17
PCM PCM/friend/vscsi Path Control Module False
algorithm fail_over Algorithm True
hcheck_cmd test_unit_rdy Health Check Command True
hcheck_interval 30 Health Check Interval True
hcheck_mode nonactive Health Check Mode True
max_transfer 0x40000 Maximum TRANSFER Size True
pvid 00caea80b93fc0ca0000000000000000 Physical volume identifier False
queue_depth 96 Queue DEPTH True
reserve_policy no_reserve Reserve Policy True

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