prestotab - Lists the file systems for Prestoserve to accelerate
The /etc/prestotab file contains descriptive information about the mounted
file systems whose I/O will be automatically accelerated with Prestoserve
when the system starts up. This file is created by the prestosetup com-
mand, which prompts you for the file systems to automatically accelerate
when the system starts up. You can also manually create the file.
The /etc/rc.config file contains variables that specify the Prestoserve
configuration. If you configure Prestoserve to automatically accelerate
file systems when the system starts up, the Prestoserve startup script
(/sbin/init.d/presto) accelerates the mounted file systems that are speci-
fied in the /etc/prestotab file or, if the file is empty or does not exist,
all the local writable file systems that are currently mounted.
The /etc/prestotab file contains a list of directory mount points (for
example, /usr/users). Block devices should not be included because some
functional subsystems, such as the Advanced File System (AdvFS), can map
more than one block device to a mount point.
Entries in the /etc/prestotab file must be separated by spaces or must be
located on separate lines. You cannot specify comments in the file.
An example of the /etc/prestotab file is as follows:
Commands: presto(8), prestosetup(8)
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