7.2.1.2 Usr Part Files which are in the /usr/lib Directory
liblvm.a This is the Logical Volume Manager Library that is used by many
logical volume manager subroutines. Please refer to programming
information in AIX Version 4.1 Hypertext Information Base Library.
libsm.a This is another logical volume manager library. You can use the
what command to see which functions are in this library. Please
refer to programming information in AIX Version 4.1 Hypertext
Information Base Library.
./methods/deflvm
This is a file that is used during device configurations. Again, it is
only of interest to programmers.
There are no files in the root or share parts of the bos.rte.lvm fileset.
7.2.2 Using File System Administration Commands
7.2.2.1 Usr Part Files which are in the /usr/sbin Directory.
chfs chfs is an object file command that changes file system attributes
such as mount point, permissions, and size.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
chfs [-n Nodename][-m NewMountpoint][-u Group][-A {yes|no}]
[-t {yes|no}] [-p {ro|rw}] [-a Attribute=Value] [-d Attribute]
FileSystem
chvfs chvfs is an object file command that changes entries in the /etc/vfs
file.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
chvfs VfsEntry
crfs crfs is an object file command that creates a file system within a
previously created logical volume.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
crfs -v Vfs {-g Volumegroup | -d Device} -m Mountpoint
[-u Mountgroup] [-A {yes|no}] [-t {yes|no}] [-p {ro|rw}]
[-l Logpartitions] [-n nodename] [-a Attribute=Value]
crvfs crvfs is an object file command that adds entries to the /etc/vfs file.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
crvfs VfsEntry
dfsck dfsck is an object file command that checks for file system
consistency, and allows interactive repair of file systems.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
dfsck [-Options] Filesystem1 ... [-Options] Filesystem2 ...
dumpfs dumpfs is an object file command that prints out the superblock,
i-node map, and disk map for a file system or special device.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
dumpfs {FileSystem | Device}
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fdformat fdformat is an object file command that formats diskettes or
read/write optical media disks.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
fdformat [-h] Device
ff ff is an object file command that reads i-node information for the
specified filesystem, and then writes it to stdout.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
ff [-3MIldsu -V Vfs -i Ilist -p Path -n File
-a # -m # -c #] /InputDevice
format format is an object file command that formats diskettes for use by
the system.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
format [-fl][-d Device]
fsck fsck is an object file command that checks for file system
consistency, and allows interactive repair of file systems.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
fsck [-y|-n|-p][-f][-V Vfs][-d #][-i #]
[-t File] [-o Options] Filesystem ...
fsdb fsdb is an object file command that allows the user to examine,
alter, and debug the file system specified in the command.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
fsdb FileSystem [-]
fuser fuser is an object file command that lists the process numbers of
local processes that use the file(s) specified.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
fuser [-ku] File ... [-]
See 7.3, “AIX Version 4 Specific File Features” on page 159 for
changes in the
fuser command.
imfs
imfs is an object file command that is uses information from
/etc/filesystems to export or import logical volumes.
It is an undocumented command whose usage is:
imfs [-xlf] vgname ...
See 7.3, “AIX Version 4 Specific File Features” on page 159 for
changes in the
imfs command.
logform
logform is an object file command that is used to initialize a logical
volume for use a journaled file system log.
It is a documented command whose usage is:
logform LogName
logredo logredo is an object file command that uses the journaled file
system log to reestablish consistency in the specified file system.
It is an undocumented command whose usage is:
logredo [-n] filename
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