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"How do I determine the hard drives in /dev/dsk in OpenSolaris?"

Post #302271038 by DukeNuke2 on Tuesday 23rd of December 2008 03:29:24 PM

 

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sock2path(4)							   File Formats 						      sock2path(4)

NAME
sock2path - file that maps sockets to transport providers
SYNOPSIS
/etc/sock2path
DESCRIPTION
The socket mapping file, /etc/sock2path, is a system file that contains the mappings between the socket(3SOCKET) call parameters and the transport provider driver. Its format is described on the soconfig(1M) manual page. The init(1M) utility uses the soconfig utility with the sock2path file during the booting sequence.
EXAMPLES
Example 1: A Sample sock2path File The following is a sample sock2path file: # Family Type Protocol Path 2 2 0 /dev/tcp 2 2 6 /dev/tcp 26 2 0 /dev/tcp6 26 2 6 /dev/tcp6 2 1 0 /dev/udp 2 1 17 /dev/udp 26 1 0 /dev/udp6 26 1 17 /dev/udp6 1 2 0 /dev/ticotsord 1 6 0 /dev/ticotsord 1 1 0 /dev/ticlts 2 4 0 /dev/rawip 26 4 0 /dev/rawip6 24 4 0 /dev/rts 27 4 2 /dev/keysock
SEE ALSO
soconfig(1M), socket(3SOCKET) Network Interfaces Programmer's Guide SunOS 5.10 10 Nov 1999 sock2path(4)

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