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Manual Reference Pages  -  CODASRV (8)

NAME

codasrv - CFS file server

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Files
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

codasrv [-d (debug level)] [-rpcdebug rpc2debuglevel] [-p (number of processes)]

[-l (large vnodes)] [-s (small vnodes)] [-k (stack size)]

[-w (wait interval)] [-r (RPC retry count)]

[-o (RPC timeout)] [-c (check interval)]

[-t (RPC trace buffers)] [-forcesalvage]

[-quicksalvage] [-rvm logdevice datadevice length] [-nores]

[-trunc percent] [-nocmp] [-nopy] [-nodumpvm] [-nosalvageonshutdown]

[-mondhost hostname] [-mondportal port] [-debarrenize] [-optstore]

[-rvmopt] [-newchecklevel checklevel]

DESCRIPTION

codasrv is the CFS vice file server. It services requests from client machines venus processes and maintains the file system.

Srvs command line options are:
-d <debug level>

Sets the internal debugging level to <debug level>. This controls the amount of debugging output codasrv will generate.

-p <number of processes>

Sets the number of light weight processes that will be used to handle concurrent requests.

-l <large vnodes>

number of large vnodes in lru cache

-s <small vnodes>

number of small vnodes in lru cache

-k <stack size>

stack size of LWP threads in Kbytes

-w <wait interval>

interval for CallBackCheckLWP to see which clients are alive

-r <RPC retry count>

number of times a call is retried before reporting death

-o <RPC timeout>

default timeout for all rpcs

-c <check interval>

The interval at which shutdown is checked

-t <RPC trace buffers>

number of entries in the rpc trace buffer

-forcesalvage

force a full salvage on all volumes

-quicksalvage

salvage only the headers of the volumes - currently it always does a full

-rvm logdevice datadevice length

The -rvm switch allows you to specify the locaction of the log device, data device, and length of the recoverable segment used by the server. This parameter is not optional.

-nores

Turn off resolution on the servers

-trunc percent

Specify how full the log can get before it is truncated. Default is 50%

-nocmp

Directory replica contents will not be checked for equality at end of resolution

-nopy

Suppress polling and yielding by threads that run for a long period

-nodumpvm

Do not dump in-memory copy of recoverable segment before shutdown

-nosalvageonshutdown

Do not salvage volumes on shutdown

-mondhost hostname

Host where mond database is stored

-mondportal port

Port to use when contacting the mond host.

-debarrenize

Create an inode for a vnode if the inode cannot be found by the salvager

-opstore

Optimized Stores - return to the client before sftp completes

-rvmopt

Turn on inter/intra transaction rvm optimizations

-newchecklevel checklevel

Set the level of checking done by new plumber.

FILES

/vice/srv/SrvErr

/vice/srv/SrvLog*

SEE ALSO

startserver(8)

AUTHOR

Joshua Raiff, 1993, Created man page

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