samfs.cmd - Defines mount parameters for Sun QFS and SAM-QFS
Commands for controlling samfs mount parameters are read
from /etc/opt/SUNWsamfs/samfs.cmd. These commands serve as
defaults, and can be superseded by parameters on the mount
command. See mount_samfs(1M). The
/etc/opt/SUNWsamfs/samfs.cmd file is read when sam-fsd is
started. You can change it at any time while sam-fsd is
running. The changes take effect when sam-fsd is restarted,
or sent the signal SIGHUP via the samd config command.
When changing mount options in this file, you must unmount
and mount the file system in order for the new mount options
to take effect.
These commands are given one per line. Comments begin with
a # and extend through the end of the line. Commands given
before any "fs =" line apply in general to all file systems;
"fs =" introduces commands which are specific to the men-
tioned file system only. File system-specific commands
override general commands.
See mount_samfs(1M) under OPTIONS for the list of supported
commands. The following additional command is available as
fs = fs_name
This command specifies the following commands apply
only to the indicated file system with family set name
This example file sets high and low for 2 different file
systems, samfs1 and samfs2.
fs = samfs1
high = 90
low = 80
fs = samfs2
high = 80
low = 75
mount_samfs(1M), sam-fsd(1M), sam_releaser(1M).