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NAME

       diod - distributed I/O daemon

SYNOPSIS

       diod [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

       diod  is  the  distributed  I/O  daemon  server,  which  implements I/O
       forwarding on Linux clusters.

       Configuration is  read  from  the  diod.conf  (5)  config  file.   Some
       configuration  can  be  overridden  on  the  command line, as described
       below.

OPTIONS

       -f, --foreground
              Do  not  change  working  directory  to   /var/run,   drop   the
              controlling  terminal,  or  run in the background.  Send logs to
              stderr not syslog, unless sent somewhere else by -L.

       -r, --rfdno INT

       -w, --wfdno INT
              Serve a connected client inherited on  the  specified  read  and
              write   file   descriptors.    For  file  descriptors  connected
              bidirectionally, the two options may be set to the same value.

       -l, --listen address
              Set the listen address.  The address  may  be  in  the  form  of
              HOST:PORT, IP:PORT, or /path/to/unix_domain_socket form (default
              0.0.0.0:564).  This option may be specified more than once.   It
              overrides the listen config file setting.

       -t, --nwthreads INT
              Set  the  number  of  worker  threads  to  spawn  to  handle  9P
              operations for each unique aname.   This  option  overrides  the
              nwthreads setting in diod.conf (5).  The default is 16.

       -e, --export PATH
              Set  the  file  system  to  be  exported.   This  option  may be
              specified more than once.  It overrides the exports  setting  in
              diod.conf (5).

       -E, --export-all
              Export everything in the server's /proc/mounts.

       -o, --export-opts OPT[,OPT,...]
              Set global export options.  This option overrides the exportopts
              setting in diod.conf (5).

       -n, --no-auth
              This option allows users to attach without security credentials.
              It overrides  the auth_required setting in diod.conf (5).

       -N, --no-userdb
              This  option disables password/group lookups.  It allows any uid
              to attach and assumes gid=uid, and supplementary groups  contain
              only  the  primary  gid.   It  overrides   the userdb setting in
              diod.conf (5).

       -S, --allsquash
              Remap all users to the squash user.  The attaching user need not
              be present in the server's password file.  This option overrides
              the allsquash setting in diod.conf (5).

       -U, --squashuser
              Set the squash  user.   The  default  is  nobody.   This  option
              overrides  the  squashuser  setting  in diod.conf (5).  Note: if
              diod is not  run  as  root,  the  effective  uid  overrides  the
              squashuser.

       -u, --runas-uid UID
              Run  the  server  as UID and only allow that user to attach.  If
              invoked as root, diod sets real  and  effective  uid,  gid,  and
              supplementary groups to those belonging to UID.

       -L, --logdest DEST
              Set  the  destination  for  logging.   Possible destinations are
              syslog:facility:level, stderr, stdout, or  a  file  name.   This
              option overrides the logdest setting in diod.conf (5).

       -d, --debug MASK
              Set the debug mask.  The bit values are:
              0x01 - log decoded 9P protocol messages

       -c, --config-file PATH
              Set config file path.

FILES

       /usr/sbin/diod
       /etc/diod.conf

SEE ALSO

       diod.conf (5), mount.diod (8), hosts_access (5)