VIO9P(4)                NetBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual               VIO9P(4)


NAME
vio9p -- VirtIO 9p front-end driver
SYNOPSIS
vio9p* at virtio?
DESCRIPTION
In conjunction with mount_9p(8), the vio9p driver enables a NetBSD system running as a VM guest to mount an exported file system by the host via virtio-9p. It exports a 9p end-point of virtio-9p via a character device file for mount_9p(8). Each exported file system is assigned a character device and accesible via /dev/vio9p0, /dev/vio9p1 and so on, respectively, in exporting order by the host.
FILES
/dev/vio9p?
EXAMPLES
The following command mounts the first exported file system by the host at /mnt/9p: # mount_9p -cu /dev/vio9p0 /mnt/9p
SEE ALSO
virtio(4), mount_9p(8)
HISTORY
The vio9p driver first appeared in NetBSD 10.0.
AUTHORS
The vio9p driver was written by Ryota Ozaki <ozaki-r@iij.ad.jp>. NetBSD 9.0 October 24, 2019 NetBSD 9.0

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