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Re: What's that utility to monitor disk i/o again?



Marcel Rieux wrote:
>  mount a /sys/kernel/debug -t debugfs
[...]
> All references at Google's, only 9 of them, say "mount a". How come
> it's not "mount -a"

"a" is the device containing the filesystem. For this kind of filesystem
it is unused so you can put everything there (the same happens for tmpfs,
proc, sysfs, devpts).

>    1. Manually mount after each boot:
> 
>       % mount -t debugfs debugfs /sys/kernel/debug

In this case the second "debugfs" could have been "a" or whatever
else.


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   Roberto Ragusa    mail at robertoragusa.it


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