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VFS - kernel interface to file systems

 

NAME

      VFS - kernel interface to file systems
 

DESCRIPTION

      Calls used to set or query file systems for settings or information.
 
      File systems that do not implement a VFS operation should use the appro‐
      priate vfs_std function from src/sys/kern/vfs_default.c rather than
      implementing empty functions or casting to eopnotsupp.
      VFS_CHECKEXP(9), VFS_FHTOVP(9), VFS_INIT(9), VFS_MOUNT(9),
      VFS_QUOTACTL(9), VFS_STATFS(9), VFS_SYNC(9), VFS_UNMOUNT(9), VFS_VGET(9),
      VFS_VPTOFH(9), vnode(9)
 

AUTHORS

      This manual page was written by Doug Rabson.
 

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