Managing filesystem types

The relationship between the filesystem and the storage device
    Formatting the storage device
        Partitions on the storage device
        Size limitations on a filesystem
    Data integrity and caching disk controllers
        Avoiding filesystem damage
        Administering filesystems on caching disk devices
        Do you suspect filesystem damage?

The s5 filesystem type
    The s5 boot block
    The s5 superblock
    s5 inodes
        What does an s5 inode contain?
    s5 storage blocks
    s5 free blocks

The ufs filesystem type
    The ufs cylinder group map
    The ufs boot block
    The ufs superblock
    ufs inodes
        What does a ufs inode contain?
    ufs storage blocks
    ufs free blocks
    Quotas on the ufs filesystem
        Using quotas
        What effect do quotas have on the user?
    Time and space optimization

The sfs filesystem type
    The sfs inodes

The vxfs filesystem type
    Fast filesystem recovery for vxfs
    Extent-based allocation on a vxfs filesystem
    Enhanced data integrity on a vxfs filesystem
    vxfs disk space allocation
    vxfs disk layout
        The vxfs Version 1 disk layout
        The vxfs version 2 disk layout
        The vxfs version 3 disk layout
        The vxfs version 4 disk layout

The bfs filesystem type
    The bfs superblock
    bfs inodes
    bfs storage blocks
        Managing bfs data blocks

The memfs filesystem type

The dosfs filesystem type
    The boot sector
    The file allocation table
    The root directory
    The files area

Administering filesystems
    The generic administrative commands
        Invoking the administrative commands
    The vfstab filesystem table
        What does the vfstab filesystem table do?
    Commands for sfs filesystems
    Listing installed filesystem types
    Identifying the type of an unmounted filesystem
    Choosing a logical block size
        What to consider when choosing a logical block size
    Creating a filesystem with mkfs
    Using mkfs to create an s5 filesystem
    Using mkfs to create a ufs filesystem
    Using mkfs to create an sfs filesystem
        Using mkfs to create a vxfs filesystem
    Using mkfs to create a bfs filesystem
        Defining a new boot filesystem on a bootable disk

Moving and copying filesystems
    Step 1: copying the source filesystem
        Copying a filesystem with cpio
        Copying a filesystem with volcopy
    Steps 2 and 3: Removing the source filesystem and editing vfstab

Mounting and unmounting filesystems
    Examples of mounting filesystems
    Mounting filesystems from a diskette
    Unmounting a filesystem
    Choosing a mount mode
        The mincache=closesync mode
        The blkclear mode

Quick reference guide to managing filesystem types