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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       prestotab  -  Lists  the  file  systems for Prestoserve to

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]


DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       The /etc/prestotab file contains  descriptive  information
       about the mounted file systems whose I/O will be automatically
 accelerated with Prestoserve when the system  starts
       up.   This  file  is  created  by the prestosetup command,
       which prompts you for the file  systems  to  automatically
       accelerate  when the system starts up.  You can also manually
 create the file.

       The /etc/rc.config file contains  variables  that  specify
       the   Prestoserve   configuration.    If   you   configure
       Prestoserve to automatically accelerate file systems  when
       the  system  starts  up,  the  Prestoserve  startup script
       (/sbin/init.d/presto) accelerates the mounted file systems
       that  are  specified in the /etc/prestotab file or, if the
       file is empty or does not exist, all  the  local  writable
       file systems that are currently mounted.

       The /etc/prestotab file contains a list of directory mount
       points (for example, /usr/users).   Block  devices  should
       not  be  included because some functional subsystems, such
       as the Advanced File System (AdvFS), can map more than one
       block device to a mount point.

       Entries  in  the  /etc/prestotab file must be separated by
       spaces or must be located on separate lines.   You  cannot
       specify comments in the file.

EXAMPLES    [Toc]    [Back]

       An  example  of  the  /etc/prestotab  file  is as follows:
       /usr/users/disk1 /usr/users/disk2 /var/spool

FILES    [Toc]    [Back]

       File pathname.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       Commands: presto(8), prestosetup(8)

       Guide to Prestoserve delim off

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