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dminfo


NAME
     dminfo - report information about a device entry in a device
     maps file

SYNOPSIS
     dminfo [-v] [-a] [-f pathname]


     dminfo [-v] [-a] [-f pathname] -n dev -name...


     dminfo [-v] [-a] [-f pathname] -d dev -path...


     dminfo [-v] [-a] [-f pathname] -t dev -type...


     dminfo [-v] [-f pathname] -u dm -entry


DESCRIPTION
     dminfo   reports   and   updates   information   about   the
     device_maps(4) file.

OPTIONS
     The following options are supported

     -a                Succeed if any of  the  requested  entries
                       are  found.  If  used with -v, all entries
                       that  match  the  requested  case(s)   are
                       printed.


     -d dev-path       Search by dev-path. Search  device_maps(4)
                       for  a  device  special  pathname  in  the
                       device_list field  matching  the  dev-path
                       argument.  This option cannot be used with
                       -n, -t or -u.


     -f pathname       Use  a  device_maps  file  with   pathname
                       instead of /etc/security/device_maps.


     -n dev-name       Search by dev-name. Search  device_maps(4)
                       for a device_name field matching dev-name.
                       This option cannot be used with -d, -t  or
                       -u.


     -t dev-type       Search by dev-type. Search  device_maps(4)
                       for a device_type field matching the given
                       dev-type. This option cannot be used  with
                       -d, -n or -u.


     -u dm-entry       Update  the  device_maps(4)   file.   This
                       option  is  provided to add entries to the
                       device_maps(4) file. The dm-entry must  be
                       a  complete device_maps(4) file entry. The
                       dm-entry has fields, as in the device_maps
                       file.  It  uses  the  colon (:) as a field
                       separator,  and   white   space   as   the
                       device_list   subfield   separators.   The
                       dm-entry is not made  if  any  fields  are
                       missing,  or  if  the  dm-entry would be a
                       duplicate. The default  device  maps  file
                       can be updated only by the super user.


     -v                Verbose.  Print  the  requested  entry  or
                       entries,  one line per entry, on the stan-
                       dard output. If no entries are  specified,
                       all are printed.


EXIT STATUS
     0    Successful completion.


     1    Request failed.


     2    Incorrect syntax.


FILES
     /etc/security/device_maps

ATTRIBUTES
     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-
     butes:



     ____________________________________________________________
    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    | Availability                | SUNWcsu                     |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|


SEE ALSO

     bsmconv(1M), device_maps(4), attributes(5)

NOTES
     The functionality described in this man  page  is  available
     only  if the Solaris Auditing feature has been enabled.  See
     bsmconv(1M) for more information.










Man pages from Solaris 10 Update 8. See docs.sun.com and www.oracle.com for further documentation and Solaris information.
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