The file /etc/lutab is a list of the boot environments (BEs) configured on a system. There are two entries for each BE. These entries have the following form:
The fields in the lutab entries are described as follows:
A unique, internally generated id for a BE.
The user-assigned name of a BE.
Indicates whether the BE is complete (C) or incomplete (NC). A complete BE is one that is not involved in any copy or upgrade operation. A BE can be activated or compared only when it is complete.
Indicates first of two lines.
As described above.
Designation of the root slice.
Device on which the root slice is mounted.
Indicates second of two lines.
The lutab file must not be edited by hand. Any user modification to this file will result in the incorrect operation of live upgrade.