Understanding filesystem types

Quick reference to managing filesystems

Administering filesystems
        The Filesystem Manager interface
        About filesystems
                Filesystem types
        Adding and removing mount configuration
        Modifying filesystem mount configuration
                Modifying HTFS, EAFS, AFS, and S51K root filesystem mount configuration
                Enabling users to mount filesystems
                VxFS advanced mount options
                        Understanding sync-on-close
                        Understanding intent logging
                Filesystem mount options (HTFS, EAFS, AFS, S51K)
                        Mounting as a temporary filesystem
                        Checkpointing your filesystem
                        Versioning filesystems (undelete)
                cdfs advanced mount options
                        Mapping CD-ROM files to system entities
                        Option Persistence
                        Applying CDFS Advanced Mount Options
        Mounting and unmounting filesystems
                About mounting DOS filesystems
                        DOS filesystems and access permissions
                        DOS filesystem limitations
        Creating filesystems on floppy disks
        Checking and repairing filesystems
                Check and repair options (HTFS, EAFS, AFS, S51K)
                Filesystem check phases (HTFS, EAFS, AFS, S51K)
                How UNIX systems maintain files and filesystems
        Maintaining free space in filesystems
                Displaying filesystem and directory usage statistics
                Locating files
                        Finding temporary files
                        Executing commands based on find output
                Monitoring files and directories that grow
                Checking and clearing system log files
                        Using the System Logs Manager
                        Clearing system log files from the command line
                        Clearing log files automatically
                Adding disk space and restructuring filesystems
                Moving a subdirectory to another filesystem using symbolic links
        Maintaining filesystem efficiency
                Reducing disk fragmentation
                Monitoring and limiting directory sizes
                Out of inodes on filesystem
        Troubleshooting the Filesystem Manager
                Remote administration problem
                Missing or corrupted database files

VERITAS filesystem (VxFS) documentation overview

Managing the VxFS filesystem
        The VxFS filesystem type
                Fast filesystem recovery for VxFS
                Extent-based allocation on a VxFS filesystem
                Enhanced data integrity on a VxFS filesystem
                VxFS disk space allocation
                VxFS disk layout
                        The VxFS version 1 disk layout
                        The VxFS version 2 disk layout
                        The VxFS version 3 disk layout
                        The VxFS version 4 disk layout
        Using mkfs to create a VxFS filesystem
        Running fsck on a VxFS filesystem
                Checking VxFS filesystems
                Invocation from system startup
                fsck_vxfs sample command use
                fsck_vxfs initiation phase
                fsck_vxfs superblock verification phase
                fsck_vxfs sanity check
                fsck_vxfs intent log replay
                Full VxFS fsck
                        Full filesystem check: pass 1
                        Full filesystem check: pass 2
                        Full filesystem check: pass 3
                        Full filesystem check: pass 4

Managing Large Files on VxFS

Managing the dosfs filesystem
        Supported versions of the DOS filesystem
                The boot sector
                The file allocation table
                The root directory
                The files area
        Running fsck on a dosfs filesystem
                Sample fsck_dosfs command use
                dosfs filesystem components checked by fsck
                        dosfs-fsck phase 1: check FATs
                        dosfs-fsck phase 2: check directory entries (pass 1)
                        dosfs-fsck phase 3: cross reference check
                        dosfs-fsck phase 4: check directory entries (pass 2)
                        dosfs-fsck phase 4: check boot area (FAT 32 only)
                fsck_dosfs - user interface

Managing the memfs filesystem

Encrypting filesystems

Solving filesystem problems
        Checking filesystems with fsck
                Generic fsck and its options
                        Parallel filesystem checking