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mkfs.jfs




SYNOPSIS

       jfs_mkfs [options] device


DESCRIPTION

       jfs_mkfs  is  used  to  create  (format)  a JFS partition.
       jfs_mkfs must be run as root.

       device is the  special  file  name  corresponding  to  the
       actual  device (e.g. /dev/hdb1) on which a JFS file system
       and/or JFS journal will be created.

       The default block size is 4096.


WARNING

       jfs_mkfs will destroy all data on the specified device!


OPTIONS

       -c     Check the device for bad blocks before building the
              file system.

       -j journal_device
              (Experimental)  Create  the external JFS journal on
              journal_device , create  the  JFS  file  system  on
              device  ,  and  attach  the external journal to the
              file system.

       -J journal-options
              (Experimental) Create the JFS journal  on  its  own
              device or attach an external JFS journal to the JFS
              file system using options specified on the command-
              line.  The following journal options are supported:

                   journal_dev
                          Create an external JFS journal  on  the
                          given device.

                   device=external-journal
                          Attach an existing external JFS journal
                          located on external-journal to the  JFS
                          file  system  that  will  be created on
                          device.   The  external  journal   must
                          already  have  been  created  using the
                          command
                          UUID=UUID  to locate the external jour­
                          nal by either the volume label or  UUID
                          stored   in   the   JFS   external  log
                          superblock at the start of the journal.
                          Use  jfs_tune(8)  to  display a journal
                          device's volume label and  UUID.   (See
                          the   -l,   -L,   and   -U  options  of
                          jfs_tune(8).)

              Only one of the journal_dev or device= options  can
              be given per jfs_mkfs issuance.

       -L volume_label
              Set  the  volume  label  for  the  newly  formatted
              device.

              If -L volume_label is  used  along  with  -J  jour­
              nal_device,  the  volume  label  of  the  specified
              external  journal  device  will  be  set  to   vol­
              ume_label.   Otherwise, the volume label of the JFS
              file system will be set to volume_label.

       -O     Provide case-insensitive support for  compatibility
              with OS/2.

       -q     Quiet  execution  -  do  not  ask  for confirmation
              before creating the file system.

       -s log_size
              Set the log size (in megabytes) of the inline  log.
              If  the -s option is not used, the default log size
              is 0.4% of the aggregate size.

       -V     Print version information and exit  (regardless  of
              any other chosen options).


EXAMPLES

       Format  3rd  partition  on  2nd  hard disk with the volume
       label "JFS_hdb3":

              jfs_mkfs -L JFS_hdb3 /dev/hdb3

       Format 5th partition on  1st  hard  disk,  verifying  each
       block created:

       project web site:
       http://oss.software.ibm.com/jfs

       Please  send  as  much  pertinent  information as possible
       including  any  error  messages  resulting  from   running
       jfs_mkfs.


SEE ALSO

       mkfs(8),    jfs_fsck(8),    jfs_fscklog(8),   jfs_tune(8),
       jfs_logdump(8), jfs_debugfs(8)


AUTHORS

       Barry Arndt  (barndt@us.ibm.com)
       William Braswell, Jr.

       jfs_mkfs is maintained by IBM.
       See the JFS project web site for more details:
       http://oss.software.ibm.com/jfs/

                         October 29, 2002             jfs_mkfs(8)
  

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