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FAQ-How to Use USB Flash Disk Under Solaris

Publication Date:  2012-07-24 Views:  51 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
How to use USB flash disk under Solaris?
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Handling Process
A:
For Solaris 10, plug in USB flash disk directly.
For Solaris 8 or 9, manual mounting is required:
#Devfsadm 
# Find the rmdisk device path under /dev/dsk (for instance: c2t0d0s0) 
# mkdir /dir 
# mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c2t0d0s0:c  /dir 
#df -k  query
Plug in the disk:
After plugging in the USB flash disk, run #pkill -HUP vold, because vold seems not able to identify the plug-in and removal of USB flash disk automatically.
Access /rmdisk/rmdisk0 to see the content of USB flash disk.
Remove the disk:
#volrmmount -e rmdisk0 
Then take it out.
After running pkill, remember to run # volrmmount -i rmdisk0 to access next time.
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