srv, 9fs – start network file service|
srv [ −an ] [ −k keypattern ] address [ srvname ]
Srv dials the given address and initializes the connection to
serve the 9P protocol. It then posts the resulting connection
in the current name space (see intro(4)) as srvname (default address).
The −a option causes srv to post a pre-authenticated connection
to the file system aname (by default, the empty string; see attach(9p)).
The −n option causes srv to reject authentication attempts by
clients, useful if the remote server is known not to require authentication.
Srv authenticates over the 9P connection to establish a valid
auth fid. Keypattern, if specified, is used to select the key
used for authentication. Client attach requests are rewritten
to use the specified aname and auth fid.
The 9fs command executes the srv necessary to make available the
files of system.
9fs recognizes some special names, such as sources to make the
file server sources.cs.bell-labs.com available as service sources.
9fs is an rc(1) script; examine it to see what local conventions
List the root directory on sources:|
Mount a remote file server bootes on Linux using the kernel 9P
mount driver, with srv handling authentication:
9p ls sources
srv −a sources.cs.bell−labs.com sources|
sudo mount −t 9p −o trans=unix,uname=$USER,dfltuid=`id −u`,dfltgid=`id