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Support for checkpoint/restore of a file system type often needs to be explicitly implemented, as each file system may have a unique set of features and just mounting anything would be wrong. However, some file systems do not require special processing. A list of comma-separated, currently unsupported, file system names that would "just work" can be specified with the <code>--enable-fs</code> option (e.g. <code>--enable-fs hugetlbfs</code>). In addition, the value <code>all</code> can be used to will match ''any'' unsupported file system.
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{{Note| When this option is used, '''restore''' may fail if the specified file system requires any special restore logic.}}
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== See also ==
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* [[Mount points]]
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* [[External mount devices]]
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Latest revision as of 22:43, 24 February 2020

Support for checkpoint/restore of a file system type often needs to be explicitly implemented, as each file system may have a unique set of features and just mounting anything would be wrong. However, some file systems do not require special processing. A list of comma-separated, currently unsupported, file system names that would "just work" can be specified with the --enable-fs option (e.g. --enable-fs hugetlbfs). In addition, the value all can be used to will match any unsupported file system.

Note.svg Note: When this option is used, restore may fail if the specified file system requires any special restore logic.

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