encapsulation

A process that converts existing partitions on a specified disk to volumes. If any partitions contain file systems, <code>/etc/fstab</code> entries are modified so that the file systems are mounted on volumes instead. This feature is only supported on the Linux and Solaris operating systems.

A process that converts existing partitions on a specified disk to volumes. If any partitions contain file systems, <code>/etc/vfstab</code> entries are modified so that the file systems are mounted on volumes instead. Encapsulation is not applicable on some systems.

A process that converts existing partitions on a specified disk to volumes. If any partitions contain file systems, <code>/etc/fstab</code> entries are modified so that the file systems are mounted on volumes instead. Encapsulation is not applicable on some systems.

A process that converts existing partitions on a specified disk to volumes. If any partitions contain file systems, <code>/etc/fstab</code> entries are modified so that the file systems are mounted on volumes instead. Encapsulation is not applicable on some systems.

A process that converts existing partitions on a specified disk to volumes. If any partitions contain file systems, <code>/etc/filesystems</code> entries are modified so that the file systems are mounted on volumes instead. Encapsulation is not applicable on some systems.

A process that converts existing partitions on a specified disk to volumes.

Encapsulation is not supported on the HP-UX platform.

A process that converts existing partitions on a specified disk to volumes. If any partitions contain file systems, <code>/etc/fstab</code> entries are modified so that the file systems are mounted on volumes instead.

A process that converts existing partitions on a specified disk to volumes. If any partitions contain file systems, <code>/etc/vfstab</code> entries are modified so that the file systems are mounted on volumes instead.

A process that converts existing partitions on a specified disk to volumes.

Encapsulation is not supported on the AIX platform.