/usr/lib/vold/volmissing [-c] [-p] [-s] [-m alias]
volmissing informs a user when a requested volume is not available. Depending on the option selected, users are notified through their console window, syslogd(1M), or a mail message.
volmissing -p is the default action taken by vold(1M), the Volume Management daemon, when it needs to notify a user that the requested volume is not available. If you want to change this default event, modify the /etc/vold.conf file. See vold.conf(4).
You can change the notification method for your system by editing the vold.conf configuration file and providing a new option for volmissing in the notify entry under the Events category.
-c Send a message to the user's console requesting the volume be inserted. To end the notification without inserting the requested volume, use volcancel(1).
-p All volmissing events will be handled through a GUI, provided a window system is running on the console. If this option is specified, and no window system is running, all messages go to the system console.
-s Send one message to the syslogd(1M).
-m alias Send a mail message to the specified mail alias about the missing volume.
/etc/vold.conf Volume Management daemon configuration file. Directs the Volume Management daemon to control certain devices, and causes action to be taken when specific criteria is met.
/usr/lib/vold/volmissing_popup Pop-up used when the -p option is supplied and a window system is running.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
|ATTRIBUTE TYPE||ATTRIBUTE VALUE|
volcancel(1), volcheck(1), rmmount(1M), syslogd(1M), vold(1M), rmmount.conf(4), vold.conf(4), attributes(5), volfs(7FS)