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AmigaOS 4.0 - About OS4 - Commands

REMRAD AmigaDOS
Purpose: Removes the recoverable RAM disk.
Format: REMRAD [<device>] [FORCE]
Template: DEVICE, FORCE/S
Path: C:REMRAD
REMRAD enables you to remove the recoverable RAM disk (usually mounted as RAD:) from memory without powering off the system. If you have mounted more than one recoverable RAM disk, use the DEVICE specification.

REMRAD instructs RAD: to delete all of its files and become inactive. However, the RAD: RAM_0 disk icon does not disappear. The next time the Amiga is rebooted. RAD: is removed from memory completely and the icon is no longer displayed.

If the device is in use when the REMRAD command is given, the operation aborts with a device in use message. To remove it if it is in use, you must use the FORCE option.

Example 1:

3.OS4:> REMRAD removes the recoverable RAM disk.


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Revised: February 9, 2006.