b) Create a UDF File System
1. If you are re-creating an existing UFS file system, unmount it.
2. Create the UFS file system.
# mkfs -F udfs device-name
Example—Creating a UDF File System
The following example shows how to create a UDF file system on /dev/rdsk/c0t2d0s0.
# mkfs -F udfs /dev/rdsk/c0t2d0s0
c) Create a PCFS File System
1. Create a PCFS file system with fdisk partition is recommended.
# fdisk /dev/rdsk/device-name
# mkfs -F pcfs /dev/rdsk /device-name
Note; using Windows system to make FAT system on the media is strongly
recommended, since this step requires specific information that we can't figure it out
5) Mount a File System
After any file system created on the media, MO drive can take advantage of the volume
management improvements as follows;
mounting removable media automatically.
I t enables you to access removable media without having to become superuser.
It allows you to give other systems on the network automatic access to any removable
media on your local system
You can choose between manual mounting (without volume management) and automatic
mounting (with volume management) of the media.
A) Manual Mounting
1. Create a mount point for the file system to be mounted, if necessary.
# mkdir /mount-point
There must be a mount point on the local system to mount a file system. A mount
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