vxfs_ap_assign_fs - assign an allocation policy to all file data and metadata within a specified file system
cc -I /opt/VRTS/include -L /opt/VRTS/lib-l vxfsutil -ldl
int vxfs_ap_assign_fs(int fd, char *datapol, char *metapol);
vxfs_ap_assign_fs() assigns the given allocation policies for data and metadata to a file system. The fd argument can reference any file within the file system. To clear a policy assignment, specify a NULL pointer for the policy field to be cleared (either datapol or metapol).
To use this function, specify -l vxfsutil while linking.
Assigning or defining an allocation policy can fail because of a conflict with volume flags. The conflict detection attempts to detect all conflicts, but there is no guarantee that all conflicts will be detected.
This API supports file system versions 6.0 and above.
vxfs_ap_assign_fs() returns zero on success, non-zero on failure.
EAGAIN The file system is not currently frozen. EFAULT One or more of the specified pointer arguments points to an illegal address. EINVAL The function is being used incorrectly or the arguments to the function cannot be validated. This can occur when an application uses an fshandle that was not created by the same process. EIO An I/O error occurred during the operation. ENOENT One or more of the specified policies does not exist. ENOSYS There is no license installed to allow this operation. ENOTSUP This operation is not supported by the disk layout version of the specified file system. Use vxupgrade(1m) to enable this operation. ENXIO There is no such device or address. EPERM The effective user ID of the calling process does not have appropriate privileges to perform this operation. EROFS The specified file system is mounted read-only.
vxfs_ap_assign_ckpt(3), vxfs_ap_assign_file(3), vxfs_ap_define(3), vxfs_ap_remove(3), vxfs_ap_enforce_file(3), vxfs_ap_enumerate(3), vxfs_ap_query(3), vxfs_ap_query_ckpt(3), vxfs_ap_query_file(3), vxfs_ap_query_fs(3), vxfs_vol_add(3), vxfs_vol_deencapsulate(3), vxfs_vol_encapsulate(3), vxfs_vol_enumerate(3), vxfs_vol_remove(3), vxfs_vol_resize(3), vxfs_vol_stat(3)