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stl_inv

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NAME

stl_inv - setld inventory file format  

DESCRIPTION

Each software product that is distributed as subsets for the setld(8) command has an associated inventory file. This inventory file is created by the kits(1) utility. The inventory file's name consists of the product's unique 3-letter name with the string .inv for a suffix. The inventory file contains one record for each subset in the kit. Each record contains the following twelve fields in order, separated by TAB characters:

Flags
The per-file software management flag, a 16-bit unsigned integer
Size
The actual number of bytes in the file
Checksum
The modulo-65536 checksum of the file. Hard links, directories, FIFOs, and sockets have 00000 in this field.
uid
The user ID of the file's owner
gid
The group ID of the file's owner
Mode
The 6-digit octal representation of the file's mode
Date
The file's last modification date
Revision
The version code of the product that includes the file
Type
A letter that describes the file:
b
Block device
c
Character device
d
Directory containing one or more files
f
Regular file. For regular files with a link count greater than one, see file type l.
l
Hard link. There are other files in the same inventory which have the same inum. The first of these files in ASCII collating sequence is listed in the referent field.
p
Named pipe (FIFO)
s
Symbolic link
=
UNIX domain socket
Pathname
The dot-relative (./) pathname of the file
Link-to
For file types l and s, the path to which the file is linked; for types b and c, an integer representing the major and minor numbers of the device; for all other types, none
Subset name
The name of the subset containing the file
 

RESTRICTIONS

Fields must be separated by TAB characters.  

RELATED INFORMATION

Commands: setld(8)

Functions: stat(2)

Documents: Guide to Preparing Product Kits delim off


 

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