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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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K

/kernel/drv directory, What You Need for Unsupported Devices
killing
all processes accessing a file system (how to), How to Stop All Processes Accessing a File System
processes accessing removable media (how to), How to Determine If Removable Media Is Still in Use

L

labelit command, Commands for File System Administration
large files option, Commonly Used Mount Options
level 0 backup, Using Dump Levels to Create Incremental Backups
link count of inodes, Inodes
loading, diskettes(how to), How to Load Removable Media
locating, CacheFS log file, How to Locate the CacheFS Log File
log (record of dumps), Purpose of the /etc/dumpdates File
logical block size, Logical Block Size
logical device name
definition, Device Naming Conventions
disk, Logical Disk Device Names
tape, Logical Tape Device Names
logical device names, removable media, Logical Removable Media Device Names
loopback file system (LOFS)
creating (overview), Creating and Mounting a Loopback File System (LOFS)
mounting, How to Add an Entry to the /etc/vfstab File
lost+found directory, How the File System State Is Recorded

M

maintaining tape drives, Guidelines for Drive Maintenance and Media Handling
managing
disks with GRUB
x86, x86: Disk Management in the GRUB Boot Environment
iSNS, How to Display the Status of Clients
clients, CLI, Managing the iSNS Server and Clients
manual pages, for file systems, Manual Pages for Generic and Specific File System Commands
media was found message, How to Load Removable Media
memory storage (virtual), definition, Swap Space and Virtual Memory
minimum free space, Minimum Free Space
mkfile command
Adding More Swap Space
How to Create a Swap File and Make It Available
mkfs command
Commands for File System Administration
Creating a UFS File System
mkisofs command, create a data CD or DVD file system (how to), How to Create an ISO 9660 File System for a Data CD or DVD
MNTFS file system, Default Solaris File Systems
mnttab file, The Mounted File System Table
modifying
iSCSI initiator and target parameters (how to), How to Modify iSCSI Initiator and Target Parameters
partitions and creating a PCFS file system on a USB mass storage device (how to), How to Modify Partitions and Create a PCFS File System on a USB Mass Storage Device
monitoring, your iSCSI configuration (how to), Monitoring Your iSCSI Configuration
mount command, Specifying the Disk Subdirectory
mount point, definition, Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
mount table, The Mounted File System Table
mountall command, Commands for File System Administration
mounting
a file system with /etc/vfstab, How to Mount a File System (/etc/vfstab File)
a USB mass storage device (how to)
How to Mount or Unmount a USB Mass Storage Device
How to Mount or Unmount a USB Mass Storage Device
all files in vfstab file, How to Add an Entry to the /etc/vfstab File
file systems automatically, Automounting or AutoFS
loopback file systems (LOFS), How to Add an Entry to the /etc/vfstab File
NFS file systems, How to Add an Entry to the /etc/vfstab File
remote removable media manually (example of)
How to Access Removable Media on Remote Systems
How to Access Removable Media on Remote Systems
removable media
automatic mounting compared to
Comparison of Manual and Automatic Mounting
Overview of Accessing Removable Media
UFS file systems, How to Add an Entry to the /etc/vfstab File
UFS file systems (how to)
without large files, How to Mount a UFS File System Without Large Files (mount Command)
mt command, Retensioning a Magnetic Tape Cartridge

N

O

OBJFS file system, Virtual File Systems
/opt directory, Default Solaris File Systems
options, for ufsdump command, Specifying ufsdump Command Options and Arguments
overview, iSNS technology, The iSNS Technology (Overview)

P

parameters (file system), Customizing UFS File System Parameters
partition (swap), definition, Swap Space and Virtual Memory
passwd file, restoring from tape (example of), How to Restore Specific Files Noninteractively
PCFS file system, Disk-Based File Systems
PCI devices
adding PCI adapter card (how to), How to Add a PCI Adapter Card
displaying PCI slot configuration information (how to), How to Display PCI Slot Configuration Information
removing PCI adapter card (how to), How to Remove a PCI Adapter Card
troubleshooting PCI configuration problems, Troubleshooting PCI Configuration Problems
PCI Express (PCIe) support, description, Support for PCI Express (PCIe)
physical device name
definition
Device Naming Conventions
Device Naming Conventions
power management of devices, description, Power Management of Devices
preening file systems
Preening UFS File Systems
How to Preen a UFS File System
preparing
for backing up (overview), Preparing for File System Backups
to restore files (overview), Preparing to Restore Files and File Systems
preparing for, Solaris iSCSI configuration (how to), How to Prepare for a Solaris iSCSI Configuration
/proc directory
Virtual File Systems
Default Solaris File Systems
process file system (PROCFS), Virtual File Systems
PROCFS file system, (overview), Virtual File Systems
prtvtoc command, Specifying the Disk Subdirectory
(example of), How to Examine a Disk Label
pseudo file systems, (overview), Virtual File Systems
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