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       dasdlist - build an empty DASD image file


       dasdinit [-v] [-z] [-bz2] [-0] [-lfs] [-a] [-r] [-linux] filename devtype[-model] [volser]

       This manual page documents the dasdinit program.

       dasdlist builds an empty DASD image file


       filename  name of DASD image file to be created

       devtype   emulated device type

       model     emulated device model (optional)

       volser    volume serial number (1-6 characters) (only if '-r' option not used)

       size      number of cylinders (for CKD devices) or  512-byte  sectors  (for  FBA  devices)
                 (optional if device specified)


       -v        display version info and help

       -z        build compressed DASD image file using zlib

       -bz2      build compressed DASD image file using bzip2

       -0        build compressed DASD image file with no compression

       -lfs      build a large (uncompressed) DASD file (if supported)

       -a        build  DASD image file that includes alternate cylinders (option ignored if size
                 is manually specified)

       -r        build 'raw' DASD image file  (no VOL1 or IPL track)

       -linux    null track images will look like linux dasdfmt'ed images (3390 device type only)




       Hercules was created by Roger Bowler and is maintained by Jay Maynard. Jan Jaeger designed
       and   implemented   many   of   the  advanced  features  of  Hercules,  including  dynamic
       reconfiguration, integrated console, interpretive execution, and z/Architecture support.

       This manual page was written by Peter De Schrijver for the Debian  GNU/Linux
       system  (but  may  be  used  by others).  Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or
       modify this document under the terms of the GPL.