import – import a name space from a remote system|
import [ options ] system file [ mountpoint ]
Import allows an arbitrary file on a remote system to be imported
into the local name space. Usually file is a directory, so the
complete file tree under the directory is made available.
–a –b –c –CControl the construction of union directories, as in mount and bind(1). Only valid when file is a directory.
–A Skip the authentication protocol. This is useful for connecting to foreign systems like Inferno.
–B Run in ``backwards'' mode, described below.
–E enc Push an authentication protocol on its network connection. The supported protocols are clear (the default, no protocol) and ssl. There are plans to make tls available.
–e 'enc auth'Specify the encryption and authentication algorithms to use for encrypting the wire traffic (see ssl(3)). The defaults are rc4_256 and sha1.
–k keypattern Use keypattern to select a key to authenticate to the remote side (see auth(2)).
–o –O These equivalent flags run import in a pre–9P2000 compatibility mode to import from ancient servers.
–p Push the aan(8) filter onto the connection to protect against temporary network outages.
–s name Post the connection's mountable file descriptor as /srv/name.
Assume a machine kremvax that has IP interfaces for the company
intranet and the global internet mounted on /net and /net.alt
respectively. Any machine inside the company can get telnet out
to the global internet using:|
bind(1), ssl(3), exportfs(4), srv(4), aan(8), listen(8), cs in