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Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine(3pm)
Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine - Configuration class Fstab::FsLine
Configuration classes used by Config::Model
data of one /etc/fstab line
block special device or remote filesystem to be mounted. Mandatory. Type uniline.
mount point for the filesystem. Mandatory. Type uniline.
file system type. Mandatory. Type enum. choice: 'auto', 'davfs', 'ext2', 'ext3', 'ext4', 'swap', 'proc', 'iso9660', 'vfat', 'usbfs',
'ignore', 'nfs', 'nfs4', 'none', 'ignore', 'debugfs'.
Here are some explanations on the possible values:
file system type is probed by the kernel when mounting the device
Common Linux file system.
Common Linux file system with journaling
unused disk partition
CD-ROM or DVD file system
Kernel info through a special file system
USB pseudo file system. Gives a file system view of kernel data related to usb
Older Windows file system often used on removable media
mount options associated with the filesystem. Optional. Type warped_node.
Specifies if the file system needs to be dumped. Optional. Type enum. choice: '0', '1'. default: '0'.
fs_passno - fsck pass number
used by the fsck(8) program to determine the order in which filesystem checks are done at reboot time. Optional. Type integer. default:
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perl v5.14.2 2012-11-09 Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine(3pm)