identify device name
/etc/devnm [ -d | -r ] [ name ... ]
devnm prints the names of the special device files
associated with the mounted filesystem names.
devnm takes the following options:
uses devnm to construct mount table entries
for the root and boot devices.
Print the device number of the filesystem.
Print the real device number of a block device.
uses the -d and -r options to determine
if root and boot filesystems are separate.
If name is not specified, no action is performed.
Consider the following example:
If /dev/hd1 is mounted on /u, this produces the output:
devnm is conformant with
AT&T SVID Issue 2.
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003