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FLASHFS(4)                 Kernel Interfaces Manual                 FLASHFS(4)

       flashfs - journalling file system for flash memory

       aux/flashfs  [  -Dr  ]  [  -n  nsect ] [ -z sectsize ] [ -f file ] [ -m
       mountpoint ]

       Flashfs  interprets  the  journal-based  file  system  created  by  mk‐
       flashfs(8) and stored in file (default /dev/flash/fs) so that it can be
       mounted into a Plan 9 file system.  Flashfs is typically used to create
       a  stand alone file system from a small persistent storage device, such
       as an erasable flash memory.  It does not authenticate its clients  and
       assumes each group has a single member with the same name.

       The  -s  option  causes  flashfs  to  post  its  channel on #s/flashfs.
       Flashfs mounts itself on mountpoint (default /n/brzr).  The  -D  option
       turns  on  9P  debugging  output.   The -r option makes the file system

       The files and directory structure are divided  into  sectsize  (default
       4096)  byte  blocks.   Larger  blocks make large files more compact but
       take longer to access.  Supplying the -n option forces file to  contain
       exactly nsect sectors.


       paqfs(4), mkflashfs(8)