cachefilesd man page

cachefilesd ā€” CacheFiles userspace management daemon

Synopsis

cachefilesd [-d]* [-s] [-n] [-N] [-f <configfile>]

Description

The cachefilesd daemon manages the cache data store that is used by network filesystems such a AFS and NFS to cache data locally on disk.

The README file should be read before attempting to configure this facility:

/usr/share/doc/cachefilesd/README

Options

-d

Turn on debugging mode (message written to stderr).

-s

Don't use syslog.

-n

Don't daemonise.

-N

Disable culling and scanning to fill the cull table.

-p <pidfile>

Use an alternate PID file to /var/run/cachefilesd.pid.

-f <configfile>

Read the alternate configuration files.

Files

/etc/cachefilesd.conf

See Also

cachefilesd.conf(5), /usr/share/doc/cachefilesd/README

Authors

David Howells <dhowells@redhat.com>

Referenced By

cachefilesd.conf(5), cachefilesd_selinux(8), nfs(5).

14 November 2006