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gfsd(8) - Gfarm filesystem daemon
gfsd [ options ]
gfsd is a filesystem daemon for the Gfarm filesystem, which runs on
every filesystem node, usually, with root privileges.
gfsd provides remote file operations with access control in the Gfarm
filesystem as well as user authentication, file replication, and node
resource status monitoring.
It is possible for gfsd to be executed as a non-privileged user
process, although only the user that executes the gfsd can be
authenticated. Other users cannot use it. For details, see
Specifies a log priority level. The log output, which priority
is higher or equal to this level, will be sent to syslog or
standard error. Please refer gfarm2.conf(5) for the priority
levels which can be specified by this option.
Specifies a file name which records the process ID of gfsd.
-c When starting up, gfsd investigates all files stored in a spool
directory. This option is useful when a hostname of a file
system node is changed. Valid file copies will be registered
to the metadata server.
When the -c option is specified more than once, invalid file
copies that are not registered in the metadata server are
-d Specifies the debug mode. With the -d option, gfsd runs as a
foreground process, not a daemon.
If this option is specified and -L is not specified, the log
level is set to "debug".
Specifies a configuration file that is read instead of the
default configuration file.
Specifies my own canonical host name.
Specifies the IP address from which the gfsd accepts TCP and UDP
requests. The default address is all IP addresses of the host.
This option is useful to invoke multiple instances of gfsd to
provide multiple spool directories on the host.
Specifies a spool directory for a Gfarm filesystem on this
Specifies a syslog facility to report errors by gfsd. By
default, local0 is used.
-v Makes gfsd output verbose log message on authentication. This
is useful, when one has to resolve an issue about GSI
-? Displays a list of command options.