Use these arguments with the xsanctl commands on each computer that you want to mount the Xsan volume.
Tells the Xsan volume to mount over a specific folder, instead of the standard location in /Volumes. This option repeats each time you mount and restart a volume.
Mounts the Xsan volume as read-only, instead of read-write, which is the default.
Mounts the Xsan volume as read-write. Use this option to change a volume that was set up to mount as read-only. This is the default value for Xsan clients.
Changes the number of threads that the Xsan client uses for I/O requests. You shouldn't use this option for normal use. Make sure to test it before you use it in a production environment.
You should adjust the default values in the --threads argument in small increments. Be sure to test it before you run it in a production environment..
Sets the size of the directory information cache on Xsan clients. A larger cache can make some functions go faster, like reading directories. The default value of 10485760 is fine in most cases. You should test this before you use it in a production environment.
You should adjust the default values in the --dircachesize argument in small increments. Make sure to test it before you run it in a production environment.
If a mount attempt fails, retry the mount up to *n* times with a one second delay between attempts. This option is available in macOS Sierra 10.12.4 and later. In some environments, increasing this value may be required to automatically mount an Xsan volume at boot.
These sample commands use the arguments above with the volume named MyVolume.
mkdir /MyVolume xsanctl mount MyVolume --at /MyVolume xsanctl mount MyVolume --ro xsanctl mount MyVolume --at /MyVolume --ro xsanctl mount MyVolume --mnt_retry=60
In OS X El Capitan and later, when you mount a volume with any combination of these options with "xsanctl mount", your options are saved in /etc/fstab and reused when the volume mounts automatically at boot time. To change the current mount options stored in /etc/fstab, unmount the volume with "xsanctl unmount MyVolume", then mount again with the desired options via "xsanctl mount"