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stl_inv(4)							   stl_inv(4)



NAME

  stl_inv - setld inventory file format	(*.inv)

DESCRIPTION

  Each software	subset that is distributed for installation by the setld
  utility has an associated inventory file (subsetname.inv) created by the
  kits utility,	for example: OATODB100.inv.  The inventory file	contains one
  record for each file in the subset, and each record contains the following
  twelve fields	in order, separated by [TAB] characters:

  Flags
      The per-file software management option, 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 a value of 00000	in
      this field

  uid The file owner's user ID

  gid The file owner's group ID

  Mode
      The file mode's six-digit	octal representation

  Date
      The file's last modification date

  Revision
      The version code of the product that includes the	file

  Type
      A	single letter that describes the file:

      b	  Block	device

      c	  Character device

      d	  Directory containing one or more files

      f	  Regular file:	regular	files with a link count	greater	than one. See
	  file type l.

      l	  Hard link: there are other files in the same inventory with 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 (./path)	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

  After	the subset has been installed on a system, the setld utility places
  the control file in the /usr/.smdb. directory.

RESTRICTIONS

  Fields must be separated by [TAB] characters.

SEE ALSO

  Commands: setld(8)

  Functions: stat(2)

  Guide	to Preparing Product Kits