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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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E

EFI label
(overview), EFI Disk Label
comparison with VTOC label, Comparison of the EFI Label and the VTOC Label
installing a system with, Installing a System With an EFI-Labeled Disk
restrictions of, Restrictions of the EFI Disk Label
troubleshooting problems, Troubleshooting Problems With EFI Disk Labels
eject command, removable media (how to), How to Eject Removable Media
ejecting, removable media (how to), How to Eject Removable Media
enabling
iSNS deamon, How to Enable the iSNS Server Daemon
removable media services (how to), How to Disable or Enable Removable Media Services
uDAPL, How to Enable uDAPL
write protection on removable media (how to), How to Enable or Disable Write Protection on Removable Media
end-of-media detection
cpio command, Copying Directories Between File Systems (cpio Command)
ufsdump command
Detecting the End of Media
Detecting the End of Media
error messages, iSCSI, General iSCSI Error Messages
/etc/dfs/dfstab file, configuring for shared removable media (how to), How to Make Local Media Available to Other Systems
/etc/dumpdates file, Purpose of the /etc/dumpdates File
extended fundamental types (UFS file system), UFS File System

F

FDFS file system, Virtual File Systems
ff command, Commands for File System Administration
FIFO inodes, Inodes
FIFOFS file system, Virtual File Systems
file system name, Determining the File System Name
file system table, virtual, The Virtual File System Table
file systems
/, Default Solaris File Systems
4.3 Tahoe, Disk-Based File Systems
BSD Fat Fast, Disk-Based File Systems
cached (overview), How a CacheFS File System Works
checking and repairing, Interactively Checking and Repairing a UFS File System
checking size, Superblock Checks
copying complete (dd), Making a Literal File System Copy
creating (overview)
loopback (LOFS), Creating and Mounting a Loopback File System (LOFS)
CTFS, Virtual File Systems
custom parameters, Customizing UFS File System Parameters
cylinder group structure, Structure of Cylinder Groups for UFS File Systems
damage to, How the File System State Is Recorded
default SunOS, Default Solaris File Systems
description of administration commands, Commands for File System Administration
disk-based, Disk-Based File Systems
DOS, Disk-Based File Systems
/export/home, Default Solaris File Systems
FDFS, Virtual File Systems
FIFOFS, Virtual File Systems
finding types, How to Determine a File System's Type
fixing, Fixing a UFS File System That the fsck Command Cannot Repair
High Sierra, Disk-Based File Systems
ISO 9660, Disk-Based File Systems
large, Commonly Used Mount Options
making available (overview), Overview of Mounting File Systems
manual pages for, Manual Pages for Generic and Specific File System Commands
MNTFS, Default Solaris File Systems
mount table, The Mounted File System Table
NAMEFS, Virtual File Systems
network-based, Network-Based File Systems
OBJFS, Virtual File Systems
/opt, Default Solaris File Systems
PCFS, Disk-Based File Systems
preening
Preening UFS File Systems
How to Preen a UFS File System
/proc, Default Solaris File Systems
process, (overview), Virtual File Systems
PROCFS, (overview), Virtual File Systems
pseudo, (overview), Virtual File Systems
reasons for inconsistencies, Why UFS File System Inconsistencies Might Occur
sharing, The NFS Environment
SPECFS, Virtual File Systems
stopping all processes accessing (how to), How to Stop All Processes Accessing a File System
SWAPFS, Virtual File Systems
TMPFS, Virtual File Systems
types of, Types of File Systems
UFS, Disk-Based File Systems
UNIX, Disk-Based File Systems
/usr, Default Solaris File Systems
/var, Default Solaris File Systems
which to back up, Planning Which File Systems to Back Up
why you back up, Why You Should Back Up File Systems
files
archiving to multiple diskettes with cpio command (how to), Archiving Files to Multiple Diskettes
commands for copying to media (overview), Commands for Copying File Systems
/etc/default/fs, Determining a File System's Type
/etc/dfs/fstypes, Determining a File System's Type
in the /proc directory, Virtual File Systems
retrieving from tape with tar command (how to), How to Retrieve Files From a Tape (tar)
sharing, The NFS Environment
finding
file system name, Determining the File System Name
tape device name, Determining the Tape Device Name
type of file system, How to Determine a File System's Type
fixing inconsistent file systems, Fixing a UFS File System That the fsck Command Cannot Repair
format.dat file
creating an entry (how to), How to Create a format.dat Entry
creating an entry (overview), Creating a format.dat Entry
keywords
Keywords in the format.dat File
Partition Tables (format.dat)
syntax rules, Syntax of the format.dat File
format of inodes, Inodes
format utility
(overview), format Utility
analyze menu, analyze Menu
automatic configuration of SCSI disk drives (how to), How to Automatically Configure a SCSI Drive
automatic configuration of SCSI disk drives (overview), Automatically Configuring SCSI Disk Drives
creating a Solaris fdisk partition (how to), x86: How to Create a Solaris fdisk Partition
creating disk slices and labeling disk (how to)
SPARC, SPARC: How to Create Disk Slices and Label a Disk
x86, x86: How to Create Disk Slices and Label a Disk
defect menu, defect Menu
determining if a disk is formatted (how to), How to Determine if a Disk Is Formatted
displaying disk slice information (example of), How to Display Disk Slice Information
entering command names (how to), Specifying format Command Names
fdisk menu, x86: fdisk Menu
features and benefits, format Utility
formatting a disk (example of), How to Format a Disk
guidelines for using, Guidelines for Using the format Utility
identifying disks on a system (examples of), How to Identify the Disks on a System
identifying disks on a system (how to), Identifying Disks on a System
input to
Rules for Input to format Commands
Specifying Disk Names to format Commands
labeling a disk
example of, How to Label a Disk
main menu
format Menu and Command Descriptions
format Menu and Command Descriptions
partition menu
partition Menu
partition Menu
recovering corrupted disk label (how to), How to Recover a Corrupted Disk Label
specifying block numbers (how to), Specifying Block Numbers to format Commands
using help facility, Getting Help on the format Utility
when to use, When to Use the format Utility
formatting, diskettes with rmformat (how to), How to Format a Diskette (rmformat)
formatting a disk, (overview), Formatting a Disk
fragment size, Fragment Size
free blocks
Superblock Checks
Free Blocks
free hog slice, See donor slice
free inodes, Superblock Checks
free space (minimum), Minimum Free Space
fsck command
Specifying the Disk Subdirectory
Commands for File System Administration
checking
free blocks, Superblock Checks
free inodes, Superblock Checks
inode list size, Superblock Checks
superblock, Superblock Checks
conditions to repair, What the fsck Command Checks and Tries to Repair
FSACTIVE state flag, How the File System State Is Recorded
FSBAD state flag, How the File System State Is Recorded
FSCLEAN state flag, How the File System State Is Recorded
FSSTABLE state flag, How the File System State Is Recorded
preening, Preening UFS File Systems
state flags, How the File System State Is Recorded
syntax and options, Syntax and Options for the fsck Command
using interactively, Interactively Checking and Repairing a UFS File System
fsdb command, Commands for File System Administration
fssnap command, creating a UFS snapshot (how to), How to Create a UFS Snapshot
fsstat command, description, File System Monitoring Tool (fsstat)
fsstat command (examples of), File System Monitoring Tool (fsstat)
fstyp command, Commands for File System Administration
fstypes file, Determining a File System's Type
full backup
(example of)
How to Back Up a File System to Tape
How to Back Up a File System to Tape
definition, Choosing the Type of Backup
fuser command
finding if removable media is in use (how to), How to Determine If Removable Media Is Still in Use
killing processes accessing removable media (how to), How to Determine If Removable Media Is Still in Use
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