The setsize file
file is a set information file that defines disk
space requirements for the
It contains information about all of the packages
in the set.
This file describes the disk space taken up by installed
files as well as extra space needed for dynamically created files, as
described in each package's
The generic format of a line in this file is:
pkg:pathname blocks inodes
Definitions for each field are as follows:
At installation time, the set installation calls
which reduces the
setsize file for a set to a space
file containing entries for only the packages that are selected.
It is this resulting space
file against which space checking for the set is performed.
The short, or abbreviated, name of a package in the set.
This name describes which package of the set requires the
amount of space described by the rest of the data on this
line in the
Names a directory in which there are objects that will
be installed or that will require additional space.
The name can be the mount-point for a file system.
Names that do not begin with a slash (/) indicate relocatable
Defines the number of 512-byte disk blocks required for
installation of the files and directory entries contained
in the pathname.
(Do not include filesystem-dependent
Defines the number of inodes required for the installation
of the files and directory entries contained in the pathname.
The setsizecvt command
Set information display
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 27 April 2004