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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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raw disk device interface
Specifying the Disk Subdirectory
Specifying the Disk Subdirectory
RCM script
commands for, RCM Script Commands
overview, What Can an RCM Script Do?
record of
dumps, Purpose of the /etc/dumpdates File
incremental backup, Purpose of the /etc/dumpdates File
registering, service provider in the DAT static registry (how to), How to Register a Service Provider in the DAT Static Registry
regular inodes, Inodes
removable media
accessing (examples of), How to Access Information on Removable Media
accessing (how to), How to Access Information on Removable Media
accessing media on other systems (example of)
How to Access Removable Media on Remote Systems
How to Access Removable Media on Remote Systems
adding a new removable media drive (how to), How to Add a New Removable Media Drive
backward compatibility (/media), Backward Compatibility
checking a file system on (how to), How to Check a File System on Removable Media
creating a file system on (how to), How to Create a File System on Removable Media
creating a file system on a DVD-RAM (how to), How to Create a File System on a DVD-RAM
dbus service, described, Changes and Improvements to Removable Media Management
disabling or enabling removable media services (how to), How to Disable or Enable Removable Media Services
ejecting (how to), How to Eject Removable Media
enabling write protection on (how to), How to Enable or Disable Write Protection on Removable Media
finding out if media is in use (how to), How to Determine If Removable Media Is Still in Use
formatting diskettes with rmformat (how to), How to Format a Diskette (rmformat)
killing processes accessing (how to), How to Determine If Removable Media Is Still in Use
loading diskettes (how to), How to Load Removable Media
management, benefits, Removable Media Features and Benefits
management improvements, Changes and Improvements to Removable Media Management
/media
mount point, Changes and Improvements to Removable Media Management
mounting
manual compared to automatic
Comparison of Manual and Automatic Mounting
Overview of Accessing Removable Media
mounting remote media (example of)
How to Access Removable Media on Remote Systems
How to Access Removable Media on Remote Systems
names, Using Removable Media Names
repairing bad blocks on removable media (how to), How to Repair Bad Blocks on Removable Media
rmvolmgr service, described, Changes and Improvements to Removable Media Management
services, described, Changes and Improvements to Removable Media Management
services, disabling
Disabling Removable Media Features
vold is Managed by the Service Management Facility (SMF)
removing
a SCSI device (how to), SPARC: How to Remove a SCSI Device
a swap file from use, Removing a Swap File From Use
a USB mass storage device (how to), How to Remove a USB Mass Storage Device
discovered iSCSI targets (how to), How to Remove Discovered iSCSI Targets
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
PCI adapter card (how to), How to Remove a PCI Adapter Card
repairing, bad blocks on removable media (how to), How to Repair Bad Blocks on Removable Media
replacing, an identical SCSI device on a SCSI controller (how to), SPARC: How to Replace an Identical Device on a SCSI Controller
resetting, a USB device (how to), How to Reset a USB Device
resolving, a failed SCSI unconfigure operation (how to), How to Resolve a Failed SCSI Unconfigure Operation
restoring bad superblock, Restoring a Bad Superblock
restoring file systems
complete (example of), How to Restore a Complete File System
complete (how to), How to Restore a Complete File System
determining which tapes to use (how to), How to Determine Which Tapes to Use
preparing to (overview), Preparing to Restore Files and File Systems
root and /usr (SPARC) (example of), How to Restore the root (/) and /usr File Systems
root or /usr (x86) (example of), How to Restore the root (/) and /usr File Systems
type of tape drive, Determining the Type of Tape Device You Need
restoring files
interactive restore (example of), How to Restore Files Interactively
non-interactive restore (example of), How to Restore Specific Files Noninteractively
restricting, removable media access (how to), Restricting User Access to Removable Media With RBAC
retrieving, files from tape with tar command (how to), How to Retrieve Files From a Tape (tar)
rmmount command, mounting removable media (example of), Mounting and Unmounting Removable Media
rmumount command, unmounting removable media (example of), Mounting and Unmounting Removable Media
rmvolmgr, description, Changes and Improvements to Removable Media Management
Rock Ridge extension (HSFS file system), Disk-Based File Systems
root (/) file system, Default Solaris File Systems

S

scheduling backups, Considerations for Scheduling Backups
SCSI devices
adding a SCSI device to a SCSI bus (how to), SPARC: How to Add a SCSI Device to a SCSI Bus
configuring a SCSI controller (how to), How to Configure a SCSI Controller
configuring a SCSI device (how to), How to Configure a SCSI Device
connecting a SCSI controller (how to), SPARC: How to Connect a SCSI Controller
disconnecting with cfgadm command (how to), How to Disconnect a SCSI Controller
displaying information about (how to), How to Display Information About SCSI Devices
removing a SCSI device (how to), SPARC: How to Remove a SCSI Device
replacing an identical SCSI device on a SCSI controller (how to), SPARC: How to Replace an Identical Device on a SCSI Controller
resolving a failed SCSI unconfigure operation (how to), How to Resolve a Failed SCSI Unconfigure Operation
troubleshooting SCSI configuration problem, Troubleshooting SCSI Configuration Problems
unconfiguring a SCSI controller (how to), How to Unconfigure a SCSI Controller
SCSI disk drives, Automatically Configuring SCSI Disk Drives
SCSI tape drives, Backup Device Names
secondary disk
connecting to the system (how to)
SPARC, SPARC: How to Connect a Secondary Disk and Boot
x86, x86: How to Connect a Secondary Disk and Boot
description, Slice Arrangements on Multiple Disks
services (SMF), hal service, described, Changes and Improvements to Removable Media Management
setting up, CacheFS logging, How to Set Up CacheFS Logging
share command, The NFS Environment
making removable media available to other systems (how to), How to Make Local Media Available to Other Systems
shareall command, The NFS Environment
sharing, files, The NFS Environment
size
checking file system, Superblock Checks
fragment, Fragment Size
inode, Inodes
slice (definition), About Disk Slices
Solaris failsafe boot
(how to)
x86, x86: How to Connect a System Disk
x86, x86: Disk Management in the GRUB Boot Environment
Solaris fdisk partition, guidelines, x86: Guidelines for Creating an fdisk Partition
space optimization type, Optimization Type
SPARC based systems, UFS format, Guidelines for Accessing Removable Media Data
SPECFS file system, Virtual File Systems
specifying a disk slice, Direct and Bus-Oriented Controllers
starting, nfsd daemon, How to Make Local Media Available to Other Systems
state flag
fsck, How the File System State Is Recorded
UFS file systems, UFS File System
stopping
all processes for a file system (how to), How to Stop All Processes Accessing a File System
CacheFS logging, How to Stop CacheFS Logging
killing processes accessing removable media (how to), How to Determine If Removable Media Is Still in Use
storage (virtual memory), definition, Swap Space and Virtual Memory
storage capacities (media)
Choosing a Tape Device
Choosing Which Media to Use
structure of cylinder groups, Structure of Cylinder Groups for UFS File Systems
SunOS default file system, Default Solaris File Systems
superblock
Superblock Checks
Restoring a Bad Superblock
Superblock
svcadm disable
(example of)
Disabling Removable Media Features
vold is Managed by the Service Management Facility (SMF)
swap command, Adding More Swap Space
swap file
adding to vfstab, Swap Areas and the /etc/vfstab File
creating, Adding More Swap Space
displaying, Monitoring Swap Resources
removing from use, Removing a Swap File From Use
swap partition, definition, Swap Space and Virtual Memory
swapadd command, Swap Areas and the /etc/vfstab File
SWAPFS file system, Virtual File Systems
symbolic links, Inodes
syntax, fsck command, Syntax and Options for the fsck Command
sysdef command, How to Display System Configuration Information
system disk
connecting (how to)
x86, x86: How to Connect a System Disk
description, Slice Arrangements on Multiple Disks
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