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Sys::Filesystem::Aix(3User Contributed Perl DocumentatiSys::Filesystem::Aix(3)

NAME
       Sys::Filesystem::Aix - Return AIX filesystem information	to
       Sys::Filesystem

SYNOPSIS
       See Sys::Filesystem.

INHERITANCE
	 Sys::Filesystem::Aix
	 ISA UNIVERSAL

METHODS
       version ()
	   Return the version of the (sub)module.

ATTRIBUTES
       The following is	a list of filesystem properties	which may be queried
       as methods through the parent Sys::Filesystem object.

       account
	   Used	by the dodisk command to determine the filesystems to be
	   processed by	the accounting system.

       boot
	   Used	by the mkfs command to initialize the boot block of a new
	   filesystem.

       check
	   Used	by the fsck command to determine the default filesystems to be
	   checked.

       dev Identifies, for local mounts, either	the block special file where
	   the filesystem resides or the file or directory to be mounted.

       free
	   This	value can be either true or false. (Obsolete and ignored).

       mount
	   Used	by the mount command to	determine whether this file system
	   should be mounted by	default.

       nodename
	   Used	by the mount command to	determine which	node contains the
	   remote filesystem.

       size
	   Used	by the mkfs command for	reference and to build the file
	   system.

       type
	   Used	to group related mounts.

       vfs Specifies the type of mount.	For example, vfs=nfs specifies the
	   virtual filesystem being mounted is an NFS filesystem.

       vol Used	by the mkfs command when initializing the label	on a new
	   filesystem. The value is a volume or	pack label using a maximum of
	   6 characters.

       log The LVName must be the full path name of the	filesystem logging
	   logical volume name to which	log data is written as this file
	   system is modified. This is only valid for journaled	filesystems.

SEE ALSO
       Sys::Filesystem

   Example /etc/filesystems
	       * @(#)filesystems @(#)29	       1.22  src/bos/etc/filesystems/filesystems, cmdfs, bos530	9/8/00 13:57:45
	       * IBM_PROLOG_BEGIN_TAG
	       * This is an automatically generated prolog.
	       *
	       * <snip>
	       *
	       * This version of /etc/filesystems assumes that only the	root file system
	       * is created and	ready.	As new file systems are	added, change the check,
	       * mount,	free, log, vol and vfs entries for the appropriate stanza.

	       /:
		       dev	 = /dev/hd4
		       vol	 = "root"
		       mount	 = automatic
		       check	 = false
		       free	 = true
		       vfs	 = jfs2
		       log	 = /dev/hd8
		       type	 = bootfs

	       /proc:
		       dev	 = /proc
		       vol	 = "/proc"
		       mount	 = true
		       check	 = false
		       free	 = false
		       vfs	 = procfs

	       /scratch:
		       dev	 = /dev/fslv02
		       vfs	 = jfs2
		       log	 = INLINE
		       mount	 = true
		       account	 = false

   Example /usr/sbin/mount output
		 node	    mounted	   mounted over	   vfs	     date	 options
	       --------	---------------	 ---------------  ------ ------------ ---------------
				/dev/hd4	 /		  jfs2	 Mar 24	12:14 rw,log=/dev/hd8
				/proc		 /proc		  procfs Mar 24	12:15 rw
				/dev/fslv02	 /scratch	  jfs2	 Mar 24	12:15 rw,log=INLINE

   filesystems(4)
       Manpage includes	all known options, describes the format	and comment
       char's.

VERSION
       $Id$

AUTHOR
       Nicola Worthington <nicolaw@cpan.org> - <http://perlgirl.org.uk>

       Jens Rehsack <rehsack@cpan.org> - <http://www.rehsack.de/>

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 2004,2005,2006	Nicola Worthington.

       Copyright 2008-2013 Jens	Rehsack.

       This software is	licensed under The Apache Software License, Version
       2.0.

       <http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0>

perl v5.32.0			  2020-08-11	       Sys::Filesystem::Aix(3)

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