lsm_fs_list man page

lsm_fs_list — Gets a list of file systems on this connection.

Synopsis

int lsm_fs_list (lsm_connect *conn, const char *search_key, const char *search_value, lsm_fs **fs[], uint32_t *fs_count, lsm_flag flags);

Arguments

conn

Valid connection.

search_key

Search key (NULL for all) Valid search keys are: "id", "system_id" and "pool_id".

search_value

Search value.

fs[]

Output pointer of lsm_fs array. It should be manually freed by lsm_fs_record_array_free.

fs_count

Number of file systems.

flags

Reserved for future use, must be LSM_CLIENT_FLAG_RSVD.

Version

1.0

Description

Gets a list of file systems on this connection. Network Attached Storage (NAS) Storage array can expose a Filesystem to host OS via IP network using NFS or CIFS protocol. The host OS treats it as a mount point or a folder containing files depending on client operating system. File system properties could be retrieved by these functions:
   * lsm_fs_id_get
   * lsm_fs_name_get
   * lsm_fs_system_id_get
   * lsm_fs_pool_id_get
   * lsm_fs_total_space_get
   * lsm_fs_free_space_get

Capability

LSM_CAP_FS

Return

Error code as enumerated by 'lsm_error_number'.
   * LSM_ERR_OK
       On success or searched value not found.
   * LSM_ERR_INVALID_ARGUMENT
       When any argument is NULL or invalid flags or invalid search
       key.
   * LSM_ERR_NO_SUPPORT
       Not supported.

Info

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