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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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T

tape
capacity, Specifying Tape Characteristics
characteristics, Specifying Tape Characteristics
retrieving files from with tar command (how to), How to Retrieve Files From a Tape (tar)
sizes
Choosing a Tape Device
Choosing Which Media to Use
storage capacities
Choosing a Tape Device
Choosing Which Media to Use
tape devices (naming), Logical Tape Device Names
tape drive
determining type for restore, Determining the Type of Tape Device You Need
maintaining, Guidelines for Drive Maintenance and Media Handling
maximum SCSI, Backup Device Names
rewind, Specifying the Rewind Option for a Tape Drive
tar command
(overview), Copying Files to Tape (tar Command)
copying files to remote tape with dd command (how to), How to Copy Files to a Remote Tape Device (tar and dd)
listing files on diskette (how to), How to List the Files on a Diskette (tar)
listing files on tape (how to), How to List the Files on a Tape (tar)
retrieving files from diskette (how to), How to Retrieve Files From a Diskette (tar)
retrieving files from remote tape with dd command (how to), How to Extract Files From a Remote Tape Device
retrieving files from tape (how to), How to Retrieve Files From a Tape (tar)
targets
iSNS, display status, CLI, How to Display the Status of Clients
iSNS, managing, CLI, Managing the iSNS Server and Clients
temporary file system (TMPFS), overview, Virtual File Systems
time (optimization type), Optimization Type
/tmp directory
Virtual File Systems
Default Solaris File Systems
TMPFS file system, overview, Virtual File Systems
troubleshooting
a failed SCSI unconfigure operation, How to Resolve a Failed SCSI Unconfigure Operation
cachefspack errors, Troubleshooting cachefspack Errors
EFI disk labels, Troubleshooting Problems With EFI Disk Labels
iSCSI configuration problems (how to), Troubleshooting iSCSI Configuration Problems
PCI configuration problems, Troubleshooting PCI Configuration Problems
SCSI configuration problems, Troubleshooting SCSI Configuration Problems
USB audio device problems, Troubleshooting USB Audio Device Problems
USB mass storage devices, Troubleshooting Tips for USB Mass Storage Devices
type of file systems, Types of File Systems
type of inodes, Inodes

U

uDAPL
(overview), Using the uDAPL Application Interface With InfiniBand Devices
enabling (how to), How to Enable uDAPL
registering a service provider in the DAT static registry (how to), How to Register a Service Provider in the DAT Static Registry
unregistering a service provider in the DAT static registry (how to), How to Unregister a Service Provider from the DAT Static Registry
updating the DAT static registry (how to), How to Update the DAT Static Registry
UDF file system, Disk-Based File Systems
UFS CDs, SPARC compared to x86 formats, Guidelines for Accessing Removable Media Data
UFS file system
Disk-Based File Systems
UFS File System
extended fundamental types, UFS File System
large file systems, UFS File System
logging, UFS File System
mounting, How to Add an Entry to the /etc/vfstab File
mounting with /etc/vfstab, How to Mount a File System (/etc/vfstab File)
mounting without large files (how to), How to Mount a UFS File System Without Large Files (mount Command)
multiterabyte file systems, UFS File System
state flags, UFS File System
UFS logging, overview, UFS Logging
UFS snapshot
creating (how to), How to Create a UFS Snapshot
creating a full backup of (how to), How to Create a Full Backup of a UFS Snapshot (ufsdump)
description, Why Use UFS Snapshots?
ufsdump command
end-of-media detection, Detecting the End of Media
full backup (example of)
How to Back Up a File System to Tape
How to Back Up a File System to Tape
how data is copied with, Copying Data With the ufsdump Command
how it works, How the ufsdump Command Works
incremental backup (example of), How to Back Up a File System to Tape
limitations, Limitations of the ufsdump Command
options and arguments, Specifying ufsdump Command Options and Arguments
ufsdump command (overview), Backing Up a File System
ufsrestore command, Specifying ufsrestore Options and Arguments
determining which tapes to use (how to), How to Determine Which Tapes to Use
preparing to use (overview), Preparing to Restore Files and File Systems
umount command, Commands for File System Administration
umountall command, Commands for File System Administration
unallocated directory blocks, Data Blocks
unallocated inodes, Inodes
unconfiguring
a SCSI controller (how to), How to Unconfigure a SCSI Controller
a USB device (how to), How to Unconfigure a USB Device
IB devices connected an HCA (how to), How to Unconfigure IB Devices Connected to an HCA
IB Port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA Device (how to), How to Unconfigure an IB Port, HCA_SVC, or a VPPA Device
IB pseudo device (how to), How to Unconfigure an IB Pseudo Device
IOC device (how to), How to Unconfigure an IOC Device
UNIX file system, Disk-Based File Systems
unmounting
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
unregistering, service provider in the DAT static registry (how to), How to Unregister a Service Provider from the DAT Static Registry
unsupported devices, What You Need for Unsupported Devices
updating
DAT static registry (how to), How to Update the DAT Static Registry
IOC configuration (how to), How to Update an IOC Configuration
IP p_key tables (how to), How to Update the IB p_key Tables
USB devices
(overview), Overview of USB Devices
acronyms, Commonly Used USB Acronyms
adding a USB camera (how to), How to Add a USB Camera
adding a USB mass storage device (how to), How to Add a USB Mass Storage Device
adding audio devices (how to), How to Add USB Audio Devices
audio
(overview), Using USB Audio Devices
changing the primary device (how to), How to Change the Primary USB Audio Device
device ownership, Key Points of Audio Device Ownership
bus description, USB Bus Description
bus-powered devices, Bus-Powered Devices
cables for, Guidelines for USB Cables
CDC ACM device support, Support for CDC ACM Devices
composite device, USB Bus Description
compound device, USB Bus Description
configuring a USB device (how to), How to Configure a USB Device
connect a USB device (how to), How to Logically Connect a USB Device
creating a file system on a mass storage device (how to), How to Create a File System on a USB Mass Storage Device
creating a Solaris partition and modifying the slices on a mass storage device (how to), How to Create a Solaris Partition and Modify the Slices on a USB Mass Storage Device
device classes, USB Devices and Drivers
device nodes, Solaris USB Architecture (USBA)
diskette devices (overview), Using USB Diskette Devices
displaying bus information (how to), How to Display USB Bus Information (cfgadm)
displaying USB device information (how to), How to Display USB Device Information
drivers, USB Devices and Drivers
EHCI, OHCI, and UHCI support, USB Driver Enhancements
host controller and root hub, USB Host Controller and Hubs
hot-plugging (overview), Hot-Plugging USB Mass Storage Devices
hotpluggable attribute, Changed USB Device Hotpluggable Behavior
identifying primary audio device (how to), How to Identify Your System's Primary Audio Device
Interface Association Descriptor (IAD) support, USB Interface Association Descriptor Support
keyboards and mouse devices, USB Keyboards and Mouse Devices
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
modifying partitions and creating a PCFS file system on a mass storage device (how to), How to Modify Partitions and Create a PCFS File System on a USB Mass Storage Device
mounting mass storage (how to), How to Mount or Unmount a USB Mass Storage Device
mounting or unmounting a mass storage device (how to), How to Mount or Unmount a USB Mass Storage Device
names of, USB Bus Description
overview of 2.0 devices, USB 2.0 Features
physical device hierarchy, USB Bus Description
power budgeting support, USB Power Budgeting
power management, SPARC: USB Power Management
Prolific and Keyspan serial adapter support, USB Driver Enhancements
removable mass storage (overview), Using USB Mass Storage Devices
removing a USB mass storage device (how to), How to Remove a USB Mass Storage Device
resetting a USB device (how to), How to Reset a USB Device
Solaris USB Architecture (USBA), Solaris USB Architecture (USBA)
support for ZFS file systems, ZFS Support on USB Devices
troubleshooting audio device problems, Troubleshooting USB Audio Device Problems
troubleshooting tips for mass storage devices, Troubleshooting Tips for USB Mass Storage Devices
unconfiguring a device (how to), How to Unconfigure a USB Device
unmounting mass storage (how to), How to Mount or Unmount a USB Mass Storage Device
USB 2.0 support, USB 2.0 Device Features and Compatibility Issues
using non-compliant mass storage devices (overview), Using Non-Compliant USB Mass Storage Devices
virtual keyboard and mouse support, USB Virtual Keyboard and Mouse Support
wheel mouse support, USB Wheel Mouse Support
/usr file system, Default Solaris File Systems
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