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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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Index

Numbers and Symbols

/export/home directory, Default Solaris File Systems
1394 (FireWire) support, description, USB and 1394 (FireWire) Support Enhancements
4.3 Tahoe file system, Disk-Based File Systems
9660 CD format, Guidelines for Accessing Removable Media Data

A

accessing
disk devices, Logical Disk Device Names
iSCSI disks (how to), Accessing iSCSI Disks
removable media (how to), How to Access Information on Removable Media
tape devices, Logical Tape Device Names
adding
a disk (overview)
SPARC, SPARC: Adding a System Disk or a Secondary Disk
x86, x86: Adding a System Disk or a Secondary Disk
a SCSI device to a SCSI bus (how to), SPARC: How to Add a SCSI Device to a SCSI Bus
a USB camera (how to), How to Add a USB Camera
a USB mass storage device (how to), How to Add a USB Mass Storage Device
adding a new removable media drive (how to), How to Add a New Removable Media Drive
entry to /etc/vfstab file (how to), How to Add an Entry to the /etc/vfstab File
PCI adapter card (how to), How to Add a PCI Adapter Card
swap to vfstab, Swap Areas and the /etc/vfstab File
USB audio devices (how to), How to Add USB Audio Devices
VPPA communication service (how to), How to Add a VPPA Communication Service
allocated inodes, Inodes
archiving, files to multiple diskettes with cpio command (how to), Archiving Files to Multiple Diskettes
autoconfiguration process, Automatic Configuration of Devices
autofs, Automounting or AutoFS
automounting, and /home, Automounting or AutoFS

B

backing up
and restoring file systems
commands for, Introduction to Backing Up and Restoring File Systems
definition, Introduction to Backing Up and Restoring File Systems
choosing file systems to, Planning Which File Systems to Back Up
full and incremental, definition, Choosing the Type of Backup
preparing for (overview), Preparing for File System Backups
reasons for, Why You Should Back Up File Systems
types of, Choosing the Type of Backup
backup
device names, Backup Device Names
record of incremental, Purpose of the /etc/dumpdates File
backup schedules
daily cumulative, weekly cumulative backups, Example—Daily Cumulative, Weekly Cumulative Backup Schedule
daily cumulative, weekly incremental backups, Example—Daily Cumulative, Weekly Incremental Backup Schedule
daily incremental, weekly cumulative backups, Example—Daily Incremental, Weekly Cumulative Backup Schedule
examples
Sample Backup Schedules
Example—Monthly Backup Schedule for a Server
for a server, Example—Monthly Backup Schedule for a Server
guidelines, Guidelines for Scheduling Backups
guidelines for, Considerations for Scheduling Backups
using dump levels for, Using Dump Levels to Create Incremental Backups
bad block numbers, Inodes
bad inode number, Data Blocks
bad superblock, Restoring a Bad Superblock
block disk device interface
definition, Specifying the Disk Subdirectory
when to use, Specifying the Disk Subdirectory
blocks
bad, Inodes
boot, Boot Block
data, Data Blocks
directory data, Data Blocks
duplicate, Inodes
free, Free Blocks
indirect, Indirect Blocks
logical size, Logical Block Size
regular data, Regular Data Blocks
special inodes, Inodes
boot block, Boot Block
BSD Fat Fast File system, Disk-Based File Systems
bus-oriented disk controllers
Disks With Bus-Oriented Controllers
Disks With Bus-Oriented Controllers
bytes (number per inode), Number of Inodes (Files)

C

CacheFS file systems
(overview), How a CacheFS File System Works
checking with fsck command (example of), How to Check the Integrity of a CacheFS File System
collecting CacheFS statistics (overview), Collecting CacheFS Statistics
creating (how to), How to Create the Cache
creating a packing list (how to), How to Create a Packing List
deleting (how to), How to Delete a CacheFS File System
displaying information about (how to), How to Display Information About a CacheFS File System
displaying packed files (example of), How to Display Packed Files Information
displaying packed files (how to), How to Display Packed Files Information
locating CacheFS log file, How to Locate the CacheFS Log File
mounting (how to), How to Mount a CacheFS File System (mount)
packing with cachefspack command (how to), How to Pack Files in the Cache
packing with cachefspack command (overview), Packing a CacheFS File System
parameters, CacheFS File System Structure and Behavior
setting up CacheFS logging (how to), How to Set Up CacheFS Logging
stopping CacheFS logging, How to Stop CacheFS Logging
troubleshooting cachefspack errors, Troubleshooting cachefspack Errors
viewing CacheFS statistics, How to View CacheFS Statistics
cachefspack command
how to use, How to Pack Files in the Cache
overview, Packing a CacheFS File System
causes of file system damage, How the File System State Is Recorded
cdrw command
description, Working With Audio CDs and Data CDs and DVDs
restricting access to (how to), Restricting User Access to Removable Media With RBAC
writing data CDs and DVDs and audio CDs (overview), Writing CD and DVD Data and Audio CDs
CDs
ISO 9660 format, Guidelines for Accessing Removable Media Data
names, Using Removable Media Names
UFS CDs
SPARC vs. x86 format, Guidelines for Accessing Removable Media Data
cfgadm
PCI hot-plugging (overview), Dynamic Reconfiguration and Hot-Plugging
SCSI hot-plugging (overview), Dynamic Reconfiguration and Hot-Plugging
cfsadmin command
How to Create the Cache
How to Delete a CacheFS File System
changing, primary USB audio device (how to), How to Change the Primary USB Audio Device
character special inodes, Inodes
checking
a file system on removable media (how to), How to Check a File System on Removable Media
and repairing file systems, Interactively Checking and Repairing a UFS File System
CacheFS file systems (example of), How to Check the Integrity of a CacheFS File System
file system size, Superblock Checks
format and type of inodes, Inodes
free blocks, Superblock Checks
free inodes, Superblock Checks
inode list for consistency, Superblock Checks
clients
iSNS, The iSNS Technology (Overview)
iSNS, display status, CLI, How to Display the Status of Clients
iSNS, managing, CLI, Managing the iSNS Server and Clients
clri command, Commands for File System Administration
collecting, CacheFS statistics (overview), Collecting CacheFS Statistics
configuring
a SCSI controller (how to), How to Configure a SCSI Controller
a SCSI device (how to), How to Configure a SCSI Device
a USB device (how to), How to Configure a USB Device
IB Port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA device (how to), How to Configure a IB Port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA Device
IB pseudo device (how to), How to Configure an IB Pseudo Device
IOC device (how to), How to Configure an IOC Device
iSCSI target discovery (how to), How to Configure iSCSI Target Discovery
iSNS
failover, Configuring High Availability of iSNS Server Using Sun Cluster
iSNS server
Configuring the iSNS Server
Using the Command Line Interface to Configure iSNS
unidirectional or bidirectional CHAP authentication for iSCSI (how to), How to Configure CHAP Authentication for Your iSCSI Initiator
connecting
a SCSI controller (how to), SPARC: How to Connect a SCSI Controller
a USB device, logically (how to), How to Logically Connect a USB Device
copying
complete file systems (dd), Making a Literal File System Copy
directories between file systems with cpio command (overview), Copying Directories Between File Systems (cpio Command)
files to diskette (overview), Copying Files and File Systems to Diskette
groups of files with cpio command (overview), Copying Directories Between File Systems (cpio Command)
individual files with cpio command (overview), Copying Directories Between File Systems (cpio Command)
cpio command
(overview), Copying Directories Between File Systems (cpio Command)
copying directories between file systems (how to), How to Copy Directories Between File Systems (cpio)
extract all files from tape (how to), How to Retrieve All Files From a Tape (cpio)
listing files on tape (how to), How to List the Files on a Tape (cpio)
creating
a data CD or DVD file system (how to), How to Create an ISO 9660 File System for a Data CD or DVD
a file system on a DVD-RAM (how to), How to Create a File System on a DVD-RAM
a file system on a USB mass storage device (how to), How to Create a File System on a USB Mass Storage Device
a file system on removable media (how to), How to Create a File System on Removable Media
a full backup of UFS snapshot information (how to), How to Create a Full Backup of a UFS Snapshot (ufsdump)
a packing list (how to), How to Create a Packing List
a Solaris partition and modifying the slices on a USB mass storage device (how to), How to Create a Solaris Partition and Modify the Slices on a USB Mass Storage Device
a UFS snapshot
(example of), How to Create a UFS Snapshot
a UFS snapshot (how to), How to Create a UFS Snapshot
file systems (overview), Creating a UFS File System
loopback file system (overview), Creating and Mounting a Loopback File System (LOFS)
swap file, Adding More Swap Space
CTFS file system, Virtual File Systems
custom parameters for file systems, Customizing UFS File System Parameters
cylinder group, Structure of Cylinder Groups for UFS File Systems
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