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affuse(1)	       provide access to AFF containers		     affuse(1)

       affuse -	provide	access to AFF containers

       affuse [<FUSE library options>] aff_image mount_point

       Provide access to AFF containers, allowing several advanced operations.

       This file is part of the	AFFLIBv3, that provides	AFF.

       AFF  is an open and extensible file format to store disk	images and as-
       sociated	metadata. It is	 useful	 in  several  scenaries,  as  computer
       forensics investigations.

       FUSE options:

	      -d -o debug
		     Enable debug output (implies in -f).

	      -f     Foreground	operation.

	      -s     Disable multi-threaded operation.

	      -o allow_other
		     Allow access to other users.

	      -o allow_root
		     Allow access to root.

	      -o auto_unmount
		     Auto unmount on process termination.

	      -o nonempty
		     Allow mounts over non-empty file/dir.

	      -o default_permissions
		     Enable permission checking	by kernel.

	      -o fsname=NAME
		     Set filesystem name.

	      -o subtype=NAME
		     Set filesystem type.

	      -o large_read
		     Issue large read requests (2.4 only).

	      -o max_read=N
		     Set maximum size of read requests.

	      -o hard_remove
		     Immediate removal (don't hide files).

	      -o use_ino
		     Let filesystem set	inode numbers.

	      -o readdir_ino
		     Try to fill in d_ino in readdir.

	      -o direct_io
		     Use direct	I/O.

	      -o kernel_cache
		     Cache files in kernel.

	      -o [no]auto_cache
		     Enable caching based on modification times	(off).

	      -o umask=M
		     Set file permissions (octal).

	      -o uid=N
		     Sset file owner.

	      -o gid=N
		     Set file group.

	      -o entry_timeout=T
		     Cache timeout for names (1.0s).

	      -o negative_timeout=T
		     Cache timeout for deleted names (0.0s).

	      -o attr_timeout=T
		     Cache timeout for attributes (1.0s).

	      -o ac_attr_timeout=T
		     Auto cache	timeout	for attributes (attr_timeout).

	      -o noforget
		     Never forget cached inodes.

	      -o remember=T
		     Remember cached inodes for	T seconds (0s).

	      -o nopath
		     Don't supply path if not necessary.

	      -o intr
		     Allow requests to be interrupted.

	      -o intr_signal=NUM
		     Signal to send on interrupt (10).

	      -o modules=M1[:M2...]
		     Names of modules to push onto filesystem stack.

	      -o max_write=N
		     Set maximum size of write requests.

	      -o max_readahead=N
		     Set maximum readahead.

	      -o max_background=N
		     Set number	of maximum background requests.

	      -o congestion_threshold=N
		     Set kernel's congestion threshold.

	      -o async_read
		     Perform reads asynchronously (default).

	      -o sync_read
		     Perform reads synchronously.

	      -o atomic_o_trunc
		     Enable atomic open+truncate support.

	      -o big_writes
		     Enable larger than	4kB writes.

	      -o no_remote_lock
		     Disable remote file locking.

	      -o no_remote_flock
		     Disable remote file locking (BSD).

	      -o no_remote_posix_lock
		     Disable remove file locking (POSIX).

	      -o [no_]splice_write
		     Use splice	to write to the	fuse device.

	      -o [no_]splice_move
		     Move data while splicing to the fuse device.

	      -o [no_]splice_read
		     Use splice	to read	from the fuse device.

       Module options:


	      -o from_code=CHARSET
		     Original encoding of file names (default: UTF-8).

	      -o to_code=CHARSET
		     New encoding of the file names (default: UTF-8).


	      -o subdir=DIR
		     Prepend this directory to all paths (mandatory).

	      -o [no]rellinks
		     Transform absolute	symlinks to relative.

       Use fusermount -u mount_point, to unmount.

       affcat(1),   affcompare(1),  affconvert(1),  affcopy(1),	 affcrypto(1),
       affdiskprint(1),	affinfo(1),  affix(1),	affrecover(1),	affsegment(1),
       affsign(1), affstats(1),	affverify(1), affxml(1)

       The AFFLIB was written by Simson	L. Garfinkel <> and Ba-
       sis Technology, Inc.

       This manual page	was written by Joao Eriberto Mota Filho	 <eriberto@de-> for the Debian	project	(but may be used by others).

AFFUSE 3.7.4			   Oct 2014			     affuse(1)


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