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BSD::Getfsent
Get file system descriptor file entry

BSD::Getfsent - Get file system descriptor file entry


NAME

BSD::Getfsent - Get file system descriptor file entry


SYNOPSIS


 use BSD::Getfsent qw(getfsent);

 while (@entry = getfsent()) {

    print "@entry\n";

 }


DESCRIPTION

In array context, each file system entry is returned.

getfsent() then continuously reads the next line of the /etc/fstab file, opening the file if necessary.


 $entry[0]    # block special device name 

 $entry[1]    # file system path prefix

 $entry[2]    # type of file system

 $entry[3]    # comma separated mount options

 $entry[4]    # rw, ro, sw, or xx

 $entry[5]    # dump frequency, in days 

 $entry[6]    # pass number on parallel fsck

In scalar context, total of entries is returned.


FILES

/etc/fstab


EXPORT

getfsent() is exportable.


SEE ALSO

fstab(5), getfsent(3)


AUTHOR

Steven Schubiger <schubiger@cpan.org>


LICENSE

This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

See http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html

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