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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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Maintaining a CacheFS File System (Task Map)

After a CacheFS file system is set up, it requires little maintenance. Use the optional procedures in this task map if you need to perform maintenance tasks on your CacheFS file systems.

Task

Description

For Instructions

Modify a CacheFS file system.

Modify CacheFS file system behavior by unmounting, deleting, or re-creating the cache.

Modifying a CacheFS File System

Display CacheFS file system information.

Display information about CacheFS file systems by using the cfsadmin command.

How to Display Information About a CacheFS File System

Perform consistency checking.

Perform consistency checking on demand by using the cfsadmin command.

How to Specify Cache Consistency Checking on Demand

Delete a CacheFS file system.

Delete a CacheFS file system by using the umount command and the cfsadmin command.

How to Delete a CacheFS File System

Check the integrity of a CacheFS file system.

Check the integrity of a CacheFS file system by using the fsck_cachefs command.

How to Check the Integrity of a CacheFS File System

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