labelit can be used to provide labels for unmounted s5 disk filesystems or s5 filesystems being copied to tape.
With the optional arguments omitted, labelit prints current label values.
The special name should be the disk partition (for example, /dev/rdsk/*), or the cartridge tape (for example, /dev/rmt/*, where the value of * is machine dependent.) The device may not be on a remote machine.
The fsname argument represents the mounted name (for example, ``root'', ``usr'', and so on) of the filesystem. fsname must be less than seven characters long.
volume may be used to equate an internal name to a volume name applied externally to the hard disk, diskette or tape. volume must be less than seven characters long.
For filesystems on disk, fsname and volume are recorded in the superblock.
The options are: