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NAME

       mount.glusterfs - script to mount native GlusterFS volume

SYNOPSIS

       mount -t glusterfs [-o <options>] <volumeserver>:/<volume> <mountpoint>

       mount -t glusterfs [-o <options>] <server1>,<server2>,
              <server3>,..<serverN>:/<volname> <mount_point>

       mount   -t   glusterfs   [-o   <options>]   <path/to/volumefile>
       <mountpoint>

DESCRIPTION

       This tool is part of glusterfs(8)  package,  which  is  used  to
       mount using GlusterFS native binary.

       mount.glusterfs  is meant to be used by the mount(8) command for
       mounting native GlusterFS client. This subcommand, however,  can
       also be used as a standalone command with limited functionality.

OPTIONS

   Basic options
       log-file=LOG-FILE
              File          to          use         for         logging
              [default:/var/log/glusterfs/glusterfs.log]

       log-level=LOG-LEVEL
              Logging  severity.   Valid  options  are  TRACE,   DEBUG,
              WARNING, ERROR, CRITICAL INFO and NONE [default: INFO]

       acl    Mount the filesystem with POSIX ACL support

       fopen-keep-cache
              Do not purge the cache on file open

       selinux
              Enable  SELinux  label  (extened  attributes)  support on
              inodes

       worm   Mount the filesystem in 'worm' mode

       aux-gfid-mount
              Enable access to filesystem through gfid directly

       ro     Mount the filesystem read-only

       enable-ino32=BOOL
              Use 32-bit inodes  when  mounting  to  workaround  broken
              applications that don't support 64-bit inodes

       mem-accounting
              Enable internal memory accounting

   Advanced options
       attribute-timeout=SECONDS
              Set  attribute  timeout  to  SECONDS  for  inodes in fuse
              kernel module [default: 1]

       entry-timeout=SECONDS
              Set entry  timeout  to  SECONDS  in  fuse  kernel  module
              [default: 1]

       background-qlen=N
              Set  fuse module's background queue length to N [default:
              64]

       gid-timeout=SECONDS
              Set auxilary group  list  timeout  to  SECONDS  for  fuse
              translator [default: 0]

       negative-timeout=SECONDS
              Set  negative  timeout  to  SECONDS in fuse kernel module
              [default: 0]

       volume-name=VOLUME-NAME
              Volume name to be used for MOUNT-POINT [default: top most
              volume in VOLUME-FILE]

       direct-io-mode=disable
              Disable direct I/O mode in fuse kernel module

       congestion-threshold=N
              Set fuse module's congestion threshold to N [default: 48]

       backup-volfile-servers=SERVERLIST
              Provide  list  of  backup  volfile  servers in the
              following format [default: None]

              $           mount           -t           glusterfs
              -obackup-volfile-servers=<server2>:
                     <server3>:...:<serverN>
              <server1>:/<volname> <mount_point>

       backupvolfile-server=SERVER
              Provide list of backup volfile  servers  in
              the following format [default: None]

               $         mount        -t        glusterfs
              -obackupvolfile-server=<server2>
                       <server1>:/<volname> <mount_point>

       fetch-attempts=N
              Deprecated option - placed here  for
              backward compatibility [default: 1]

       background-qlen=N
              Set  fuse module's background
              queue length to  N  [default:
              64]

       no-root-squash=BOOL
              disable  root  squashing  for
              the trusted client  [default:
              off]

       root-squash=BOOL
              enable root squashing for the
              trusted client [default: on]

       use-readdirp=BOOL
              Use readdirp() mode  in  fuse
              kernel module [default: on]

FILES

       /etc/fstab
              A  typical GlusterFS entry in
              /etc/fstab looks like below

              server1:/mirror   /mnt/mirror
              glusterfs                log-
              file=/var/log/mirror.log,acl,selinux
              0  0

       /proc/mounts
              An   example   entry   of   a
              GlusterFS    mountpoint    in
              /proc/mounts looks like below

              server1:/mirror
              /mnt/glusterfs fuse.glusterfs
              rw,allow_other,default_permissions,max_read=131072
              0 0

SEE ALSO

       glusterfs(8), mount(8), gluster(8)

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright(c)  2006-2013    Red  Hat,
       Inc.   <http://www.redhat.com>