On 04/03/2014 3:14 pm, Edward Tomasz Napierała wrote:
Wiadomość napisana przez Andre Goree w dniu 3 kwi 2014, o godz. 20:50:
Hello list. I wanted to ask if anyone has been able to make filesystem mounting work under a FreeBSD guest? For example, I've added the following to the guest's xml config using 'virsh edit':

<filesystem type='mount' accessmode='mapped'>
<source dir='/tmp/shared'/>
<target dir='tag'/>

However, I don't know how to mount the above from within the FreeBSD guest. That which is instructed to do so on Linux guests does not work on the FreeBSD guest:

root@freebsd9-test:~ # mount -t 9p -o trans=virtio,version=9p2000.L tag /mnt/shared/
mount: tag: Operation not supported by device

The 9P protocol is not supported under FreeBSD.  Perhaps you could try
to use NFS instead?

Generally speaking, why do Linux folks use 9P?

Thanks! I'm thinking I may use guestfish instead to accomplish what it is I was wanting to do. I've never personally used 9P, but thought it might be a way I could use to get around a problem I've run into. Thanks again for the info.

Andre Goree
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