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 command, 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 specified 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: /usr/users/disk1 /usr/users/disk2 /var/spool
Commands: presto(8), prestosetup(8).
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