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DISKARBITRATIOND(8)					    BSD System Manager's Manual 				       DISKARBITRATIOND(8)

NAME
diskarbitrationd -- disk arbitration daemon SYNOPSIS
diskarbitrationd [-d] DESCRIPTION
diskarbitrationd listens for connections from clients, notifies clients of the appearance of disks and filesystems, and governs the mounting of filesystems and the claiming of disks amongst clients. diskarbitrationd is accessed via the Disk Arbitration framework. This command is not intended to be invoked directly. Options: -d Report detailed information in /var/log/diskarbitrationd.log. The file /etc/fstab is consulted for user-defined mount points, indexed by filesystem, in the mount point determination for a filesystem. Each filesystem can be identified by its UUID or by its label, using the constructs ``UUID'' or ``LABEL'', respectively. For example: UUID=DF000C7E-AE0C-3B15-B730-DFD2EF15CB91 /export ufs ro UUID=FAB060E9-79F7-33FF-BE85-E1D3ABD3EDEA none hfs rw,noauto LABEL=The40Volume40Name40Is40This none msdos ro FILES
/etc/fstab /var/log/diskarbitrationd.log /var/run/diskarbitrationd.pid /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.diskarbitrationd.plist SEE ALSO
fstab(5) Darwin July 18, 2004 Darwin

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MSDOS.UTIL(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					     MSDOS.UTIL(8)

NAME
msdos.util -- DOS/Windows (FAT) file system utility SYNOPSIS
msdos.util -m mountflag1 mountflag2 mountflag3 mountflag4 device node msdos.util -p mountflag1 mountflag2 mountflag3 mountflag4 device msdos.util -u device msdos.util -k device msdos.util -n device name DESCRIPTION
The msdos.util command supports the mounting, probing, and unmounting of FAT file systems. Options: -m mountflag1 mountflag2 mountflag3 mountflag4 mount -n set name -p mountflag1 mountflag2 mountflag3 mountflag4 probe for mounting -u unmount -k print volume UUID mountflags above are either: o removable or fixed o readonly or writeable o suid or nosuid o dev or nodev FAT volumes do not actually have a volume UUID. They have an optional 4-byte volume ID. If a volume has an ID, then it will be converted to a version 3 UUID using MD5 to checksum the kFSUUIDNamespaceSHA1 UUID folowed by the volume ID. For the -k option, if the volume has a volume ID, the exit status will be 253 and the UUID will be printed to standard out, without any trailing newline. Otherwise, if the volume appears to be FAT, the exit status will be 255. If the volume does not appear to be FAT, the exit status will be 254. FILES
/System/Library/Filesystems/msdos.fs/Contents/Resources/msdos.util SEE ALSO
diskarbitrationd(8) HISTORY
Derived from the Openstep Workspace Manager file system utility programs. Darwin March 24, 2001 Darwin
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