Question about mount_fusefs
Igor V. Ruzanov
igorr at pochta-mx.canmos.ru
Tue May 21 12:28:29 UTC 2019
On Tue, 21 May 2019, Igor Konev via freebsd-questions wrote:
|Hi, I use fusefs to mount ntfs fs.
|And I have a question about the command line options for mount_fusefs.
|What does key -s mean? What is he doing? I tried to use it but without
>From MOUNT_FUSEFS(8) :
Finally, if special is an integer it will be interpreted as the number of
the file descriptor of an already open fuse device (used when the
library invokes mount_fusefs. (See DAEMON MOUNTS).
I guess the key is ised in conjunction of another software doing any jobs
over opened fuse device files.
|From MOUNT_FUSEFS(8) :
| mount_fusefs [-A] [-S] [-v] [-D fuse_daemon] [-O daemon_opts]
| [-s special] [-m node] [-h] [-V] [-o option ...]
| special node [fuse_daemon ...]
| -s, --special special
| Use special as special
|So for my case, I can run the mount_fusefs command in two ways:
|- mount_fusefs special node [fuse_daemon ...]
|- mount_fusefs -s special node [fuse_daemon]
|$ mount_fusefs /dev/fuse ~/mnt0 ntfs-3g /dev/da0s1 ~/mnt0
|$ echo $?
|/dev/ada0p4 on / (ufs, local, soft-updates)
|devfs on /dev (devfs, local, multilabel)
|/dev/fuse on /usr/home/user1/mnt0 (fusefs, local, nosuid, synchronous,
|mounted by user1)
|$ mount_fusefs -s /dev/fuse ~/mnt0 ntfs-3g /dev/da0s1 ~/mnt0
|mount_fusefs: special specified inconsistently
|$ echo $?
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