COPYFS-MOUNT(1) User Commands COPYFS-MOUNT(1)NAME
copyfs-mount - mounts a versioned file system
copyfs-mount version-directory mount-point
This script lets you mount a CopyFS file system. version-directory is the directory where the files and version information will be stored
When using CopyFS for the first time, copyfs-mount will create the required files in the version-directory before running copyfs-daemon.
mount-point is the directory where the copyfs file system will be mounted. This is where the users will have access to the files.
If you want to mount a CopyFS at '/mnt/fs', whose version directory is at /var/versions, you would use:
root@host# copyfs-mount /var/versions /mnt/fs
To unmount it, simply do:
root@host# umount /mnt/fs
As you would do for any other filesystem.
You can also allow an ordinary non-root users to mount and unmount CopyFS filesystems provided that the user is added to the 'fuse' group.
Ordinary users will be able unmount the filesystem, using the fusermount command:
$ fusermount -u mount-point
CopyFS was created by Thomas Joubert and Nicolas Vigier <email@example.com>
<http://n0x.org/copyfs/> CopyFS web site.
<http://fuse.sourceforge.net/> FUSE - Filesystem in USErspace
SEE ALSO copyfs(1), copyfs-fversion(1), copyfs-daemon(1), fusermount(1)copyfs-mount May 2008 COPYFS-MOUNT(1)
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FUSERMOUNT(1) Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE) FUSERMOUNT(1)NAME
fusermount - mount and unmount FUSE filesystems
fusermount [OPTIONS] MOUNTPOINT
Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE) is a simple interface for userspace programs to export a virtual filesystem to the Linux kernel. It also
aims to provide a secure method for non privileged users to create and mount their own filesystem implementations.
fusermount is a program to mount and unmount FUSE filesystems.
OPTIONS -h print help.
-V print version.
-z lazy unmount.
SEE ALSO mount(8), mount.fuse(8), ulockmgr_server(1).
More information about fusermount and the FUSE project can be found at <http://fuse.sourceforge.net/>.
FUSE was written by Miklos Szeredi <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Daniel Baumann <email@example.com>.
2.8.6 2011-10-23 FUSERMOUNT(1)
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