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GlusterFS(8)			 Red Hat, Inc.			  GlusterFS(8)

NAME
       mount.glusterfs - script	to mount native	GlusterFS volume

SYNOPSIS
       mount  -t  glusterfs [-o	<options>] <volumeserver>:/<volume>[/<subdir>]
       <mountpoint>

       mount -t	glusterfs [-o <options>] <server1>,<server2>,
	      <server3>,..<serverN>:/<volname>[/<subdir>] <mount_point>

       mount -t	glusterfs [-o <options>] <path/to/volumefile> <mountpoint>

DESCRIPTION
       This tool is part of glusterfs(8) package, which	is used	to mount using
       GlusterFS native	binary.

       mount.glusterfs	is meant to be used by the mount(8) command for	mount-
       ing native GlusterFS client. This subcommand, however, can also be used
       as a standalone command with limited functionality.

OPTIONS
   Basic options
       log-file=LOG-FILE
	      File   to	  use  for  logging  [default:/var/log/glusterfs/glus-
	      terfs.log]

       log-level=LOG-LEVEL
	      Logging severity.	 Valid options are TRACE, DEBUG, WARNING,  ER-
	      ROR, CRITICAL INFO and NONE [default: INFO]

       acl    Mount the	filesystem with	POSIX ACL support

       fopen-keep-cache[=BOOL]
	      Do not purge the cache on	file open (default: false)

       worm   Mount the	filesystem in 'worm' mode

       aux-gfid-mount
	      Enable access to filesystem through gfid directly

       ro     Mount the	filesystem read-only

       enable-ino32=BOOL
	      Use  32-bit  inodes  when	mounting to workaround broken applica-
	      tions that don't support 64-bit inodes

       mem-accounting
	      Enable internal memory accounting

       capability
	      Enable file capability setting and retrival

       thin-client
	      Enables thin mount and connects via gfproxyd daemon

   Advanced options
       attribute-timeout=SECONDS
	      Set attribute timeout to SECONDS for inodes in fuse kernel  mod-
	      ule [default: 1]

       entry-timeout=SECONDS
	      Set entry	timeout	to SECONDS in fuse kernel module [default: 1]

       background-qlen=N
	      Set fuse module's	background queue length	to N [default: 64]

       gid-timeout=SECONDS
	      Set  auxiliary group list	timeout	to SECONDS for fuse translator
	      [default:	0]

       negative-timeout=SECONDS
	      Set negative timeout to SECONDS in fuse kernel module  [default:
	      0]

       volume-name=VOLUME-NAME
	      Volume name to be	used for MOUNT-POINT [default: top most	volume
	      in VOLUME-FILE]

       direct-io-mode=BOOL|auto
	      Specify fuse direct I/O strategy [default: auto]

       congestion-threshold=N
	      Set fuse module's	congestion threshold to	N [default: 48]

       ubdir-mount=N
	      Set the subdirectory mount option	[default: NULL,	ie, no	subdi-
	      rectory mount]

       backup-volfile-servers=SERVERLIST
	      Provide  list  of	backup volfile servers in the following	format
	      [default:	None]

	      $	mount -t glusterfs -obackup-volfile-servers=<server2>:
		     <server3>:...:<serverN>		  <server1>:/<volname>
	      <mount_point>

       backupvolfile-server=SERVER
	      Provide  list  of	backup volfile servers in the following	format
	      [default:	None]

	       $ mount -t glusterfs -obackupvolfile-server=<server2>
		       <server1>:/<volname> <mount_point>

       fetch-attempts=N
	      Deprecated option	- placed here for backward compatibility  [de-
	      fault: 1]

       lru-limit=N
	      Set fuse module's	limit for number of inodes kept	in LRU list to
	      N	[default: 65536]

       invalidate-limit=N
	      Suspend fuse invalidations implied by 'lru-limit'	if  number  of
	      outstanding invalidations	reaches	N

       background-qlen=N
	      Set fuse module's	background queue length	to N [default: 64]

       no-root-squash=BOOL
	      disable root squashing for the trusted client [default: off]

       root-squash=BOOL
	      enable root squashing for	the trusted client [default: on]

       use-readdirp=BOOL
	      Use readdirp() mode in fuse kernel module	[default: on]

       dump-fuse=PATH
	      Dump fuse	traffic	to PATH

       kernel-writeback-cache=BOOL
	      Enable fuse in-kernel writeback cache [default: off]

       attr-times-granularity=NS
	      Declare supported	granularity of file attribute [default:	0]

       auto-invalidation=BOOL
	      controls whether fuse-kernel can auto-invalidate attribute, den-
	      try and page-cache. Disable this only if same  files/directories
	      are  not	accessed across	two different mounts concurrently [de-
	      fault: on]

FILES
       /etc/fstab
	      A	typical	GlusterFS entry	in /etc/fstab looks like below

	      server1:/mirror  /mnt/mirror   glusterfs	log-file=/var/log/mir-
	      ror.log,acl   0  0

       /proc/mounts
	      An example entry of a GlusterFS mountpoint in /proc/mounts looks
	      like below

	      server1:/mirror /mnt/glusterfs fuse.glusterfs rw,allow_other,de-
	      fault_permissions,max_read=131072	0 0

SEE ALSO
       glusterfs(8), mount(8), gluster(8)

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright(c) 2006-2013	Red Hat, Inc.	<http://www.redhat.com>

14 September 2013	      Cluster Filesystem		  GlusterFS(8)

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