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1f775c2c061dd1cb8e9dfd523d804741337c081c 01-Jul-2018 rmacklem <rmacklem@FreeBSD.org> Document the new "-m" command line option for pnfsdsfile(8).

This is a content change.
nfsdsfile.8
d862122c00391a36095a7133eacd4fb039c4c36d 01-Jul-2018 rmacklem <rmacklem@FreeBSD.org> Add a new "-m" option to pnfsdsfile(8) to prepare a file for mirroring.

When pnfsdscopymr(8) is used to create a mirror of a file on a mirrored
pNFS service, it expects to find an entry in the extended attribute for
IP address 0.0.0.0.
This patch adds a "-m" option which can be used to create these entrie(s).
It also tightens up the checks for use of incompatible command line options.
nfsdsfile.c
6434dfb1c1745c54d31937d7f9426823f54c9226 15-Jun-2018 rmacklem <rmacklem@FreeBSD.org> Use the .Fx macro in the man page.

Reported by: bjk
nfsdsfile.8
49d2ead8c5ff06bc06bf4ee23204fb8a0e307b56 15-Jun-2018 rmacklem <rmacklem@FreeBSD.org> Add a command the displays and modifies the pNFS server's extended attribute.

This command allows a sysadmin to display or modify the pnfsd.dsfile extended
attribute used by the pNFS MDS server in various ways.
Its main use is to set a DS's IP address to 0.0.0.0 when that DS has failed,
so that it will not be used for the file when brought back online after
being repaired.
akefile
nfsdsfile.8
nfsdsfile.c