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LSVFS(1)                  BSD General Commands Manual                 LSVFS(1)

     lsvfs -- list known virtual file systems

     lsvfs [vfsname ...]

     The lsvfs command lists information about the currently loaded virtual filesystem modules.  When
     vfsname arguments are given, lsvfs lists information about the specified VFS modules.  Otherwise, lsvfs
     lists all currently loaded modules.  The information is as follows:

     Filesystem  the name of the filesystem, as would be used in the type parameter to mount(2) and the -t
                 option to mount(8)
     Refs        the number of references to this VFS; i.e., the number of currently mounted filesystems of
                 this type
     Flags       flag bits

     mount(2), mount(8)

     The command from which this was derived from, as well as this manual, originally appeared in
     FreeBSD 2.0.

                                January 4, 2003

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