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VACFS(4)                   Kernel Interfaces Manual                   VACFS(4)

       vacfs - a Venti-based file system

       vacfs [ -dips ] [ -c cachesize ] [ -h host ] [ -m mtpt ] [ -S srvname ]

       Vacfs interprets the file system created by vac(1) so that  it  can  be
       mounted  into a Plan 9 file hierarchy.  The data for the file system is
       stored on venti(8) with a root fingerprint specified in vacfile.  Vacfs
       is  currently  rather limited: access is read-only, clients are not au‐
       thenticated, and groups are assumed to contain a single member with the
       same name.  These restrictions should eventually be removed.

       Options to vacfs are:

       -c cachesize
              The number of file system blocks to cache in memory. The default
              is 1000 blocks.

       -d     Print debugging information to standard error.

       -h host
              The network address of the Venti server.  The default  is  taken
              from  the environment variable venti.  If this variable does not
              exist, then the default is the metaname  $venti,  which  can  be
              configured via ndb(6).

       -i     Use  file  descriptors  0  and 1 as the 9P communication channel
              rather than create a pipe.

       -m mtpt
              The location to mount the file system. The default is /n/vac.

       -p     Disables permission checking.

       -s     Post the 9P channel in /srv/vacfs rather  than  mounting  it  on

       -S srvname
              Post  the  9P channel in /srv/srvname rather than mounting it on


       vac(1), venti(8)