growlight [-h|–help] [-i|–import] [-v|–verbose] [-V|–version] [–disphelp] [-t path|–target=path]
growlight detects and describes disk pools, block devices, partition tables, and partitions. It can partition devices, manipulate ZFS, MD, DM, LVM and hardware RAID virtual devices, and prepare an fstab file for using the devices to boot or in a chroot, and is fully aware of variable sector sizes, GPT, and UEFI. growlight facilitates use of UUID/WWN- and HBA-based identification of block devices.
This page describes the fullscreen notcurses(3notcurses) implementation. Consult growlight-readline(8) for a line-oriented readline(3) variant.
- : Print a brief usage summary, and exit.
- : Attempt to assemble aggregates (zpools, MD devices, etc) based on block device scans at startup.
- : Be more verbose.
- : Print version information and exit.
–disphelp: Display the help subdisplay upon startup.
- -t path|–target=path
- : Run in system installation mode, using path as the temporary mountpoint for the target’s root filesystem. “map” commands will populate the hierarchy rooted at this mountpoint. System installation mode can also be entered at run time with the “target” command. The “map” command will not result in active mounts unless growlight is operating in system installation mode (they will merely be used to construct target fstab output). Once system installation mode is entered, growlight will return 0 only as a result of a successful invocation of the “target finalize” command. path must exist at the time of its specification.
Pedantic collections of ambiguous identifiers (for instance, if a label equals another device’s /dev/ name) will lead to questionable results. This ought be fixed.
mount (2), swapoff (2), swapon (2), umount (2), libblkid (3), notcurses (3), fstab (5), proc (5), inotify (7), udev (7), blkid(8),, dmraid(8), dmsetup (8), growlight-readline(8), grub-install (8), grub-mkdevicemap (8), hdparm (8), losetup (8), lsblk (8), mdadm (8), mkfs (8), mount (8), parted (8), sfdisk (8), umount (8), zfs (8), zpool (8)
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