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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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daily discrete backups, Example—Dump Levels for Daily, Incremental Backups
damage to file systems, How the File System State Is Recorded
data block
Regular Data Blocks
Data Blocks
data directory blocks, Data Blocks
datadm command, How to Update the DAT Static Registry
dd command
(overview), Making a Literal File System Copy
cloning disks (how to), How to Copy a Disk (dd)
default
file system for /tmp (TMPFS), Virtual File Systems
SunOS file system, Default Solaris File Systems
default discovery domain, iSNS, The iSNS Technology (Overview)
default discovery domain set, enabling, How to Enable the Default Discovery Domain Set
deleting
CacheFS file systems (how to), How to Delete a CacheFS File System
UFS snapshot information
(example of), How to Delete a UFS Snapshot
detecting end of media
cpio command, Copying Directories Between File Systems (cpio Command)
ufsdump command
Detecting the End of Media
Detecting the End of Media
determining
file system types, How to Determine a File System's Type
mounted file systems, How to Determine Which File Systems Are Mounted
tape device name, Determining the Tape Device Name
type of tape drive, Determining the Type of Tape Device You Need
/dev/dsk directory, Logical Disk Device Names
/dev file system, description, Device Naming Enhancements
/dev/rdsk directory, Logical Disk Device Names
devfsadm command, How Devices Are Managed
device driver
adding, How to Add a Device Driver
definition, About Device Drivers
device names
backup, Backup Device Names
finding a file system name, Determining the File System Name
finding tape, Determining the Tape Device Name
devices, accessing, Accessing Devices
df command
Specifying the Disk Subdirectory
Commands for File System Administration
dfstab file, configuring for shared local removable media (how to), How to Make Local Media Available to Other Systems
direct I/O, UFS Direct Input/Output (I/O)
directories
copying between file systems with cpio command (overview), Copying Directories Between File Systems (cpio Command)
inodes, Inodes
/proc, Virtual File Systems
/tmp, Virtual File Systems
unallocated blocks, Data Blocks
disabling
iSNS deamon, How to Disable the iSNS Server Daemon
removable media services
Disabling Removable Media Features
vold is Managed by the Service Management Facility (SMF)
removable media services (how to), How to Disable or Enable Removable Media Services
write protection on removable media (how to), How to Enable or Disable Write Protection on Removable Media
disconnect, a USB device, logically (how to), How to Logically Disconnect a USB Device
disconnecting
a SCSI controller (how to), How to Disconnect a SCSI Controller
a USB device subtree, logically (how to), How to Logically Disconnect a USB Device Subtree
discovery domain
client
removing, CLI, How to Remove a Client from a Discovery Domain
iSNS
adding, CLI, How to Add a Discovery Domain to a Discovery Domain Set
assigning clients, CLI, How to Assign Clients to a Discovery Domain
creating, CLI, How to Create the Discovery Domains
displaying status, CLI, How to Display the Status of a Discovery Domain
removing, How to Remove a Discovery Domain from a Discovery Domain Set
discovery domain set
disabling
displaying status, CLI, How to Disable a Discovery Domain Set
iSNS
creating, CLI, How to Create the Discovery Domain Sets
displaying status, CLI, How to Display the Status of a Discovery Domain Set
removing, How to Remove a Discovery Domain Set
disk
adding to a (overview)
x86, x86: Adding a System Disk or a Secondary Disk
automatic configuration of SCSI drives, Automatically Configuring SCSI Disk Drives
formatting a (overview), Formatting a Disk
repairing defective sectors
Repairing a Defective Sector
How to Repair a Defective Sector
when to format (overview), Formatting a Disk
disk-based file systems, Disk-Based File Systems
disk controllers, Direct and Bus-Oriented Controllers
disk label
creating (overview), Creating and Examining a Disk Label
description, About Disk Labels
disk slices
definition, About Disk Slices
determining which slices to use, Determining Which Slices to Use
displaying information about (overview), Displaying Disk Slices
requirements for system configurations, Determining Which Slices to Use
diskettes
archiving files to multiple with cpio command (how to), Archiving Files to Multiple Diskettes
creating a file system on (how to), How to Create a File System on Removable Media
formatting with rmformat (how to), How to Format a Diskette (rmformat)
loading with volume management (how to), How to Load Removable Media
disks
adding to a (overview)
SPARC, SPARC: Adding a System Disk or a Secondary Disk
connecting a secondary disk (example of)
SPARC, SPARC: How to Create Disk Slices and Label a Disk
creating disk slices and labeling a disk (example of)
SPARC, SPARC: How to Create Disk Slices and Label a Disk
creating disk slices and labeling a disk (how to)
SPARC, SPARC: How to Create Disk Slices and Label a Disk
determining if formatted (how to), How to Determine if a Disk Is Formatted
recovering a corrupted disk label (how to), How to Recover a Corrupted Disk Label
recovering a corrupted disk label (overview), Recovering a Corrupted Disk Label
displaying
disk slice information (overview), Displaying Disk Slices
IB communication services (how to), How to Display IB Communication Services
InfiniBand device information (how to), How to Display IB Device Information
information about SCSI devices, How to Display Information About SCSI Devices
kernel IB clients of an HCA (how to), How to Display Kernel IB Clients of an HCA
packed files (example of), How to Display Packed Files Information
packed files (how to), How to Display Packed Files Information
PCI slot configuration information (how to), How to Display PCI Slot Configuration Information
removable media user (how to), How to Determine If Removable Media Is Still in Use
swap space, Monitoring Swap Resources
system configuration information
Displaying Device Configuration Information
How to Display System Configuration Information
USB bus information (how to), How to Display USB Bus Information (cfgadm)
USB device information (how to), How to Display USB Device Information
displaying settings, iSNS server, How to Display the Current Server Configuration
DOS, file system, Disk-Based File Systems
driver not attached message, driver not attached Message
dump levels
daily, incremental backups, Example—Dump Levels for Daily, Incremental Backups
definition, Using Dump Levels to Create Incremental Backups
duplicate blocks, Inodes
DVD-RAM, creating a file system on (how to), How to Create a File System on a DVD-RAM
DVD-ROM, Disk-Based File Systems
dynamic reconfiguration, InfiniBand devices, Dynamically Reconfiguring IB Devices (cfgadm)
dynamic reconfiguration (overview), Dynamic Reconfiguration and Hot-Plugging
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