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I have some doubts about the dvd/cd physical on power machine and AIX.
I see on my AIX lpar and see there is 1 DVD drive and its physical location
bash-4.4# lsdev | grep cd0
cd0 Available 03-00-00 SATA DVD-RAM Drive
bash-4.4# lscfg -vpl cd0
cd0 ... (12 Replies)
Discussion started by: Phat
I have Solaris 10 U13 and I try to burn an ISO image.
# cdrw -i myfile.iso
Looking for CD devices...
Device not ready.
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Discussion started by: beerpong1
I think i probably know the answer to this question, but ill put it out there.
I have access to one, and only one SunFire v240 with no DVD drive. I have been tasked with installing Solaris 10 on there (Solaris 8 is on at the moment).
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Discussion started by: Sol-nova
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is there some tools(not graphical) command to reconnoiter what kind of cd/dvd is on drive (dvd+rw/dvd-rw/etc)? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: vikus
I would like to know what would happen if the tape (media) is not placed on the drive and a tar command is executed to backup on the tape.
My problem is that tar command hanged for multiple days instead of throwing the error,
Is it valid behaviour?
I was unable to test the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: jmsathish
I would like to check for the existance of media in a DVD drive prior to running a mkcd. Is this possible? I have accomplished this in the past with tctl, but that was with a tape drive. Any help is appreciated.
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Discussion started by: dmjoen
After upgrading to solaris 10 (from sol 8) on a SUN Blade 1500, it seems that the dvd/cd-rom does not accept dvds nor cds in the dvd drive.
After I insert a dvd/cd in the drive, the disk is simply ejected (!)
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Discussion started by: miket
MKUDFFS(8) System Management Commands MKUDFFS(8)
mkudffs - create an UDF filesystem
mkudffs [ switches ] device [ blocks-count ]
mkudffs is used to create a UDF filesystem on a device (usually a disk). device is the special file corresponding to the device (e.g
/dev/hdX). blocks-count is the number of blocks on the device. If omitted, mkudffs automagically figures the file system size.
--help Display the usage and list of options.
Specify the size of blocks in bytes. Valid block size vales are 1024, 2048 and 4096 bytes per block. If omitted, mkudffs block-size
Specify the udf revision to use. Valid revisions are 0x0201, 0x0200, 0x0150, and 0x0102. If omitted, mkudffs udf-revision is 0x0201.
Specify the logical volume identifier.
Specify the volume identifier.
Specify the volume set identifier.
Specify the file set identifier.
Specify the allocation strategy to use. Valid strategies are 4 and 4096. If omitted, mkudffs strategy is based on the media-type.
Specify the number of sparing tables to write to disc. Valid numbers are 1 - 4. This option implies --media-type=cdrw.
Specify the media type. Valid media types are:
hd hard drive
dvd DVD (Digital Versital Disc)
dvdram DVD-RAM (Digital Versital Disc-Random Access Memory)
worm WORM (Write Once Ready Many)
mo MO (Magneto Optical)
cdrw CD-RW (CD Read-Write)
freedbitmap Freed bitmap
freedtable Freed table
unallocbitmap Unallocated bitmap
unalloctable Unallocated table
inicb Allocation Descriptors in ICB
short Short Allocation Descriptors
long Long Allocation Descriptors
Don't Use Extended File Entries
--u8 Use 8-bit unicode for file names
--u16 Use 16-bit unicode for file names
--utf8 Use UTF-8 for file names
mkudffs returns 0 if successful, non-zero if there are problems.
Ben Fennema <email@example.com>
mkudffs is part of the udftools package and is available from http://linux-udf.sourceforge.net.
udftools-1.0.0b2 2002-02-09 MKUDFFS(8)