LABELIT_UDFS(1M) Maintenance Commands LABELIT_UDFS(1M)


NAME


labelit_udfs - provide and print labels for udf file systems

SYNOPSIS


labelit -F udfs [generic_options] [-o specific_options] special
[fsname volume]


DESCRIPTION


The labelit command writes labels on an unmounted disk that contains a
universal disk file (udf) system. These labels can be used to identify
volumes.

OPTIONS


The following options are supported:

generic_options
Specify generic_options supported by the generic
labelit command. See labelit(1M) for descriptions
of supported options.


-o specific_options
Specify udfs-file-system-specific options in a
comma-separated list with no intervening spaces.
The following specific_options are available:

lvinfo1=string
Specify information to be
inserted in the LVInfo1 field of
the Implementation Use Volume
Descriptor. Information in
LVInfo1 is generally used to
identify the person creating the
file system. The maximum length
of the string specified is 35
bytes.


lvinfo2=string
Specify information to be
inserted into the LVInfo2 field
of the Implementation Use Volume
Descriptor. Information in
LVInfo2 is generally used to
identify the organization
responsible for creating the
file system. The maximum length
of the string specified is 35
bytes.


lvinfo3=string
Specify information to be
inserted into the LVInfo3 field
of the Implementation Use Volume
Descriptor. Information in
LVInfo3 is generally used to
identify the contact information
for the medium. The maximum
length of the string specified
is 35 bytes.


OPERANDS


The following operands are supported:

special
Specify special as the physical disk slice, for example,
/dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s6. The device can not be on a remote
machine.


fsname
Specify fsname as the mount point, (for example, root, u1, and
so forth), of the file system.


volume
Specify volume as the physical volume name.


If none of the options (fsname, volume, specific_options) is specified,
labelit prints the current values of fsname, volume, LVInfo1, LVInfo2 and
LVInfo3.

EXIT STATUS


The following exit values are returned:

0
Successful completion.


non-zero
An error occurred.


SEE ALSO


labelit(1M), attributes(5)


October 31, 2000 LABELIT_UDFS(1M)