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Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine - Configuration class Fstab::FsLine

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NAME

Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine - Configuration class Fstab::FsLine

DESCRIPTION

Configuration classes used by Config::Model
data of one /etc/fstab line

Elements

fs_spec

block special device or remote filesystem to be mounted. Mandatory. Type uniline.

fs_file

mount point for the filesystem. Mandatory. Type uniline.

fs_vfstype

file system type. Mandatory. Type enum. choice: 'auto', 'davfs', 'ext2', 'ext3', 'ext4', 'swap', 'proc', 'iso9660', 'vfat', 'usbfs', 'ignore', 'nfs', 'nfs4', 'none', 'ignore', 'debugfs'.
Here are some explanations on the possible values:
'auto'
file system type is probed by the kernel when mounting the device
'davfs'
WebDav access
'ext2'
Common Linux file system.
'ext3'
Common Linux file system with journaling
'ignore'
unused disk partition
'iso9660'
CD-ROM or DVD file system
'proc'
Kernel info through a special file system
'usbfs'
USB pseudo file system. Gives a file system view of kernel data related to usb
'vfat'
Older Windows file system often used on removable media

fs_mntopts

mount options associated with the filesystem. Optional. Type warped_node.

fs_freq

Specifies if the file system needs to be dumped. Optional. Type enum. choice: '0', '1'.
default value :
0

fs_passno - fsck pass number

used by the fsck(8) program to determine the order in which filesystem checks are done at reboot time. Optional. Type integer.
default value :
0

SEE ALSO

cme

AUTHOR

Dominique Dumont
2010,2011 Dominique Dumont

LICENSE

LGPL2
2017-10-13 perl v5.26.0