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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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H

hald, description, Changes and Improvements to Removable Media Management
High Sierra file system, Disk-Based File Systems
/home (automounted), Automounting or AutoFS
hot-plugging
(overview), Dynamic Reconfiguration and Hot-Plugging
adding a SCSI device to a SCSI bus (how to), SPARC: How to Add a SCSI Device to a SCSI Bus
adding PCI adapter card (how to), How to Add a PCI Adapter Card
configuring a SCSI controller (how to), How to Configure a SCSI Controller
configuring a SCSI device (how to), How to Configure a SCSI Device
configuring a USB device (how to), How to Configure a USB Device
connecting a SCSI controller (how to), SPARC: How to Connect a SCSI Controller
disconnecting a SCSI controller with cfgadm command (how to), How to Disconnect a SCSI Controller
logically connecting a USB device (how to), How to Logically Connect a USB Device
logically disconnecting a USB device (how to), How to Logically Disconnect a USB Device
logically disconnecting a USB device subtree (how to), How to Logically Disconnect a USB Device Subtree
PCI devices (overview), PCI or PCIe Hot-Plugging With the cfgadm Command
removing a SCSI device (how to), SPARC: How to Remove a SCSI Device
removing PCI adapter card (how to), How to Remove a PCI Adapter Card
replacing an identical SCSI device on a SCSI controller (how to), SPARC: How to Replace an Identical Device on a SCSI Controller
unconfiguring a SCSI device (how to), How to Unconfigure a SCSI Controller
unconfiguring a USB device (how to), How to Unconfigure a USB Device
HSFS, See High Sierra file system

I

I/O, direct, UFS Direct Input/Output (I/O)
identifying
devices, How to Display System Configuration Information
disks on a system (how to), How to Identify the Disks on a System
primary USB audio device (how to), How to Identify Your System's Primary Audio Device
inconsistencies in file systems, Why UFS File System Inconsistencies Might Occur
incorrect . and .. entries, Data Blocks
incremental backup
Choosing the Type of Backup
Purpose of the /etc/dumpdates File
(example of), How to Back Up a File System to Tape
indirect blocks, Indirect Blocks
InfiniBand devices
adding a VPPA communication service (how to), How to Add a VPPA Communication Service
configuring an IB Port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA device (how to), How to Configure a IB Port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA Device
configuring an IB pseudo device (how to), How to Configure an IB Pseudo Device
configuring an IOC device (how to), How to Configure an IOC Device
displaying (how to), How to Display IB Device Information
displaying IB communication services (how to), How to Display IB Communication Services
displaying kernel IB clients of an HCA (how to), How to Display Kernel IB Clients of an HCA
dynamic reconfiguration (overview), Dynamically Reconfiguring IB Devices (cfgadm)
overview, Overview of InfiniBand Devices
removing an existing IB port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA communication service (how to), How to Remove an Existing IB Port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA Communication Service
unconfiguring an IB Port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA (how to), How to Unconfigure an IB Port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA Device
unconfiguring an IB pseudo device (how to), How to Unconfigure an IB Pseudo Device
unconfiguring an IOC device (how to), How to Unconfigure an IOC Device
unconfiguring IB devices connected an HCA (how to), How to Unconfigure IB Devices Connected to an HCA
updating an IOC configuration (how to), How to Update an IOC Configuration
updating the IP p_key tables (how to), How to Update the IB p_key Tables
initiators
iSNS, display status, CLI, How to Display the Status of Clients
iSNS, managing, CLI, Managing the iSNS Server and Clients
inode list size, Superblock Checks
inode states, Inodes
inodes, Inodes
bad number, Data Blocks
block special, Inodes
character special, Inodes
checking format and type, Inodes
directory, Inodes
FIFO, Inodes
link count, Inodes
number of bytes per, Number of Inodes (Files)
regular, Inodes
size, Inodes
symbolic link, Inodes
installboot command, SPARC: How to Install a Boot Block on a System Disk
installgrub command, x86: How to Install a Boot Block on a System Disk
installing a boot block (how to), SPARC, SPARC: How to Install a Boot Block on a System Disk
Internet Storage Name Service, See iSNS
iSCSI
(overview), The iSCSI Technology (Overview)
accessing iSCSI disks (how to), Accessing iSCSI Disks
configuring iSCSI target discovery (how to), How to Configure iSCSI Target Discovery
configuring unidirectional or bidirectional CHAP authentication for (how to), How to Configure CHAP Authentication for Your iSCSI Initiator
general iSCSI error messages, General iSCSI Error Messages
modifying iSCSI initiator and target parameters (how to), How to Modify iSCSI Initiator and Target Parameters
monitoring your iSCSI configuration (how to), Monitoring Your iSCSI Configuration
preparing for a Solaris iSCSI configuration (how to), How to Prepare for a Solaris iSCSI Configuration
removing discovered iSCSI targets (how to), How to Remove Discovered iSCSI Targets
software and hardware requirements, Solaris iSCSI Software and Hardware Requirements
static and dynamic target discovery, Configuring Dynamic or Static Target Discovery
troubleshooting iSCSI configuration problems (how to), Troubleshooting iSCSI Configuration Problems
iscsiadm add command, adding static or dynamic targets (example of), How to Configure iSCSI Target Discovery
iscsiadm list, displaying ISCSI configuration information (example of), Monitoring Your iSCSI Configuration
iscsiadm modify command
enabling CHAP (example of), How to Configure CHAP Authentication for Your iSCSI Initiator
enabling or disabling static or dynamic targets (example of), How to Remove Discovered iSCSI Targets
iscsiadm remove command, removing static or dynamic targets (example of), How to Remove Discovered iSCSI Targets
iSNS
clients, The iSNS Technology (Overview)
configuring failover, Configuring High Availability of iSNS Server Using Sun Cluster
default discovery domain, The iSNS Technology (Overview)
display client status, How to Display the Status of Clients
display initiator status, How to Display the Status of Clients
display target status, How to Display the Status of Clients
managing clients, Managing the iSNS Server and Clients
managing initiators, Managing the iSNS Server and Clients
managing targets, Managing the iSNS Server and Clients
nodes, The iSNS Technology (Overview)
proxy resource, Configuring High Availability of iSNS Server Using Sun Cluster
Sun Cluster, Configuring High Availability of iSNS Server Using Sun Cluster
technology overview, The iSNS Technology (Overview)
iSNS server
configuring, Configuring the iSNS Server
configuring, CLI, Using the Command Line Interface to Configure iSNS
disabling, How to Disable the iSNS Server Daemon
discovery domain
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, CLI, How to Remove a Discovery Domain from a Discovery Domain Set
removing a client, How to Remove a Client from a Discovery Domain
discovery domain set
creating, CLI, How to Create the Discovery Domain Sets
disabling, CLI, How to Disable a Discovery Domain Set
displaying status, CLI, How to Display the Status of a Discovery Domain Set
removing, How to Remove a Discovery Domain Set
display settings, How to Display the Current Server Configuration
enable, disable server state notifications, How to Set Notifications for Changes in Server State
enabling, How to Enable the iSNS Server Daemon
enabling default discovery domain set, How to Enable the Default Discovery Domain Set
set retry threshold, How to Set the Number of Retries for Client Inquiries
specify data store location
The iSNS Technology (Overview)
How to Specify the Data Store Location
How to Specify the Data Store Location
ISO 9660 file system, Disk-Based File Systems
ISO standards, 9660 CD format, Guidelines for Accessing Removable Media Data
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