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NAME

       flashcache_load - load an existing writeback cache volume

DESCRIPTION

       Attach  a  previously  created  flashcache  volume  to the system.  The loaded volume will
       appear as as /dev/mapper/cachedevname.

       This command is useful in writeback mode only.  For the writethrough and writearound*  the
       flashcache_load**  command is not needed; Instead flashcache_create(8) should be used each
       time.  See the flashcache_create(8) for a description of supported cache mods.

SYNOPSIS

       flashcache_load cache_devname [cachedev_name]

EXAMPLE

       flashcache_load cachedev /dev/sdc
              Load the existing writeback cache on /dev/sdc, using the virtual cachedev_name from
              when the device was created.  When upgrading from an older flashcache device format
              that didn't store the cachedev name internally,  or  the  cachedev  name  shall  be
              changed,   the  new  cachedev  name  can  be  supplied  as  a  second  argument  to
              flashcache_load.

SEE ALSO

       flashcache_create(8), flashcache_destroy(8)

       README and other documents in /usr/share/doc/flashcache-utils

       The  flashcache   source   code   and   all   documentation   may   be   downloaded   from
       <https://github.com/facebook/flashcache/>.

AUTHORS

       Flashcache is developed by Mohan Srinivasan <mohan@fb.com>

       This  man page was written by Dmitry Smirnov <onlyjob@member.fsf.org> for Debian GNU/Linux
       (but may be used to others).