On 05 Dec 2012 07:31, Jim Oberholtzer wrote:
In the V7 information center see: "Removable Mass Storage" from the
"What's new as of October 2012"
IBM i v7 infocenter,
About IBM i Information
IBM i information overview and what's new
Removable Mass Storage (RMS)
Note to Infocenter folks: LET US BOOKMARK STUFF INSIDE THE
INFOCENTER!!!!! Ok back to normal voice....
I bookmark stuff with no problem, but I only ever do so from a new
window or tab that was opened to the desired link or using "Bookmark
this link" in FireFox. If I ever have difficulties locating the link in
the "Contents" frame, I typically find the desired link on the page
presented after navigating to the "parent" page, although there is also
the more convenient navigation icon at the top of each page... where
there is a "Show in Table of Contents" capability.
Anyhow, in the unexpanded "Contents" from the main page
are the "IBM i 7.1 Information Center", the "Viewing information in the
Information Center", and the "ibm.com: About IBM - Privacy - Contact".
In the second of those expandable topics there is the following link
[which can also be found in a search for: bookmark pages]:
Viewing information in the information center
-> Viewing information in the Information Center
_i Setting bookmarks in the information center i_
"You can find a topic more easily by setting a bookmark.
For an information center deployed on a server and viewed over an
intranet or the Internet, you can save bookmarks for topics to your
browser's bookmarks or favorites menu.
If those instructions are not helpful, then I would normally
recommend submitting reader comment\feedback about any difficulties with
the documentation. However unlike the IBM i related pages, those
InfoCenter specific pages do not have the "Send Feedback" on the
top-left of every page :-(
Anyhow, the more direct drill-down path [bypassing both the "About"
and "What's new"] and the actual URL:
IBM i 7.1 Information Center -> Storage solutions
_i Removable Mass Storage (RMS) i_
"RMS is a type of device and media that is high capacity, random access,
and interchangeable between systems and partitions.
RMS devices and media are similar to optical storage with respect to
behavior and access interfaces. They are managed and used with existing
optical device functions and commands. See _Optical storage_
as a reference guide for use of these devices and media. RMS media are
handled the same as optical volumes, and as such are also accessible
through the QOPT file system by using the hierarchical file system (HFS)
and integrated file system (IFS) APIs. RMS media are formatted with the
industry standard Universal Disk Format (UDF) version 2.5.