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Manual Reference Pages  -  MOUNT (1)

NAME

mount, unmount - change name space

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Examples
Source
See Also

SYNOPSIS

mount servename mtpt

unmount mtpt

DESCRIPTION

Mount mounts a 9P server’s files into the file system. Servename is typically either the name of a Unix domain socket (see namespace(4)) or the name or IP address of a machine serving 9P over TCP port 564.

Unmount undoes the effects of the mount command.

9P services can be mounted on Unix systems in multiple ways. On Linux, mount uses the native 9P kernel module when present. Otherwise it tries to use 9pfuse(4) with the FUSE file system module. Using the 9P kernel module requires root access. FUSE can often be used by regular users. On FreeBSD, mount tries to use FUSE.

Since Unix already has a mount command, the version described in this manual page should be invoked as 9 mount.

EXAMPLES

Mount acme(4) onto /mnt/acme :
9 mount ‘namespace‘/acme /mnt/acme
View your plumbing rules:
9 mount ‘namespace‘/plumb /mnt/plumb cat /mnt/plumb/rules

SOURCE

/usr/local/plan9/bin/mount
/usr/local/plan9/bin/unmount

SEE ALSO

intro(4), intro(9p), 9pfuse(4)
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