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Command Reference

There are many commands to help you manage your file system. This page provides a detailed reference for these commands.

Overview

If you run juicefs by itself, it will print all available commands. In addition, you can add -h/--help flag after each command to get more information of it, e.g., juicefs format -h.

NAME:
juicefs - A POSIX file system built on Redis and object storage.

USAGE:
juicefs [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

VERSION:
1.0.0+2022-08-01.0e7afe2d

COMMANDS:
ADMIN:
format Format a volume
config Change configuration of a volume
destroy Destroy an existing volume
gc Garbage collector of objects in data storage
fsck Check consistency of a volume
dump Dump metadata into a JSON file
load Load metadata from a previously dumped JSON file
version Show version
INSPECTOR:
status Show status of a volume
stats Show real time performance statistics of JuiceFS
profile Show profiling of operations completed in JuiceFS
info Show internal information of a path or inode
debug Show information from multiple dimensions such as the operating environment and system logs
SERVICE:
mount Mount a volume
umount Unmount a volume
gateway Start an S3-compatible gateway
webdav Start a WebDAV server
TOOL:
bench Run benchmarks on a path
objbench Run benchmarks on an object storage
warmup Build cache for target directories/files
rmr Remove directories recursively
sync Sync between two storages

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
--verbose, --debug, -v enable debug log (default: false)
--quiet, -q show warning and errors only (default: false)
--trace enable trace log (default: false)
--no-agent disable pprof (:6060) agent (default: false)
--pyroscope value pyroscope address
--no-color disable colors (default: false)
--help, -h show help (default: false)
--version, -V print version only (default: false)

COPYRIGHT:
Apache License 2.0
note

If the command option is of boolean type, such as --debug, there is no need to set any value, just add --debug to the command to enable the function; this function is disabled if --debug is not added.

Auto Completion

note

This feature requires JuiceFS >= 0.15.2. It is implemented based on github.com/urfave/cli/v2. You can find more information here.

To enable commands completion, simply source the script provided within hack/autocomplete directory. For example:

source hack/autocomplete/bash_autocomplete

Please note the auto-completion is only enabled for the current session. If you want to apply it for all new sessions, add the source command to .bashrc or .zshrc:

echo "source path/to/bash_autocomplete" >> ~/.bashrc

Alternatively, if you are using bash on a Linux system, you may just copy the script to /etc/bash_completion.d and rename it to juicefs:

sudo cp hack/autocomplete/bash_autocomplete /etc/bash_completion.d/juicefs
source /etc/bash_completion.d/juicefs

Commands

juicefs format

Description

Format a volume. It's the first step for initializing a new file system volume.

Synopsis

juicefs format [command options] META-URL NAME

Options

--block-size value
size of block in KiB (default: 4096). 4M is usually a better default value because many object storage services use 4M as their internal block size, thus using the same block size in JuiceFS usually yields better performance

--capacity value
storage space limit in GiB, set to 0 disable limit (default: 0). Capacity will include trash files, if trash is enabled

--inodes value
the limit for number of inodes (0 means unlimited) (default: 0)

--compress value
compression algorithm, choose from lz4, zstd, none (default: "none"). Enabling compression will inevitably affect performance, choose wisely

--shards value
store the blocks into N buckets by hash of key (default: 0), when N is greater than 0, bucket should to be in the form of %d, e.g. --bucket "juicefs-%d"

--storage value
Object storage type (e.g. s3, gcs, oss, cos) (default: "file", please refer to documentation for all supported object storage types)

--bucket value
A bucket URL to store data (default: "$HOME/.juicefs/local" or "/var/jfs")

--access-key value
Access Key for object storage (can also be set via the environment variable ACCESS_KEY)

--secret-key value
Secret Key for object storage (can also be set via the environment variable SECRET_KEY)

--session-token value
session token for object storage

--encrypt-rsa-key value
A path to RSA private key (PEM)

--trash-days value
number of days after which removed files will be permanently deleted (default: 1)

--force
overwrite existing format (default: false)

--no-update
don't update existing volume (default: false)

Examples

# Create a simple test volume (data will be stored in a local directory)
$ juicefs format sqlite3://myjfs.db myjfs

# Create a volume with Redis and S3
$ juicefs format redis://localhost myjfs --storage s3 --bucket https://mybucket.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com

# Create a volume with password protected MySQL
$ juicefs format mysql://jfs:mypassword@(127.0.0.1:3306)/juicefs myjfs
# A safer alternative
$ META_PASSWORD=mypassword juicefs format mysql://jfs:@(127.0.0.1:3306)/juicefs myjfs

# Create a volume with "quota" enabled
$ juicefs format sqlite3://myjfs.db myjfs --inode 1000000 --capacity 102400

# Create a volume with "trash" disabled
$ juicefs format sqlite3://myjfs.db myjfs --trash-days 0

juicefs mount

Description

Mount a volume. The volume must be formatted in advance.

Synopsis

juicefs mount [command options] META-URL MOUNTPOINT

Options

--metrics value
address to export metrics (default: "127.0.0.1:9567")

--consul value
consul address to register (default: "127.0.0.1:8500")

--no-usage-report
do not send usage report (default: false)

-d, --background
run in background (default: false)

--no-syslog
disable syslog (default: false)

--log value
path of log file when running in background (default: $HOME/.juicefs/juicefs.log or /var/log/juicefs.log)

-o value
other FUSE options (see this document for more information)

--attr-cache value
attributes cache timeout in seconds (default: 1), read Kernel Metadata Cache

--entry-cache value
file entry cache timeout in seconds (default: 1), read Kernel Metadata Cache

--dir-entry-cache value
dir entry cache timeout in seconds (default: 1), read Kernel Metadata Cache

--enable-xattr
enable extended attributes (xattr) (default: false)

--bucket value
customized endpoint to access object storage

--get-timeout value
the max number of seconds to download an object (default: 60)

--put-timeout value
the max number of seconds to upload an object (default: 60)

--io-retries value
number of retries after network failure (default: 10)

--max-uploads value
number of connections to upload (default: 20)

--max-deletes value
number of threads to delete objects (default: 2)

--buffer-size value
total read/write buffering in MiB (default: 300)

--upload-limit value
bandwidth limit for upload in Mbps (default: 0)

--download-limit value
bandwidth limit for download in Mbps (default: 0)

--prefetch value
prefetch N blocks in parallel (default: 1)

--writeback
upload objects in background (default: false), see Client write data cache

--cache-dir value
directory paths of local cache, use : (Linux, macOS) or ; (Windows) to separate multiple paths (default: "$HOME/.juicefs/cache" or "/var/jfsCache"), see Client read data cache

--cache-size value
size of cached object for read in MiB (default: 102400), see Client read data cache

--free-space-ratio value
min free space (ratio) (default: 0.1), see Client read data cache

--cache-partial-only
cache random/small read only (default: false), see Client read data cache

--read-only
allow lookup/read operations only (default: false)

--open-cache value
open file cache timeout in seconds (0 means disable this feature) (default: 0)

--subdir value
mount a sub-directory as root (default: "")

--backup-meta value
interval (in seconds) to automatically backup metadata in the object storage (0 means disable backup) (default: "3600")

--heartbeat value
interval (in seconds) to send heartbeat; it's recommended that all clients use the same heartbeat value (default: "12")

--upload-delay value
delayed duration for uploading objects ("s", "m", "h") (default: 0s)

--no-bgjob
disable background jobs (clean-up, backup, etc.) (default: false)

Examples

# Mount in foreground
$ juicefs mount redis://localhost /mnt/jfs

# Mount in background with password protected Redis
$ juicefs mount redis://:mypassword@localhost /mnt/jfs -d
# A safer alternative
$ META_PASSWORD=mypassword juicefs mount redis://localhost /mnt/jfs -d

# Mount with a sub-directory as root
$ juicefs mount redis://localhost /mnt/jfs --subdir /dir/in/jfs

# Enable "writeback" mode, which improves performance at the risk of losing objects
$ juicefs mount redis://localhost /mnt/jfs -d --writeback

# Enable "read-only" mode
$ juicefs mount redis://localhost /mnt/jfs -d --read-only

# Disable metadata backup
$ juicefs mount redis://localhost /mnt/jfs --backup-meta 0

juicefs umount

Description

Unmount a volume.

Synopsis

juicefs umount [command options] MOUNTPOINT

Options

-f, --force
force unmount a busy mount point (default: false)

Examples

$ juicefs umount /mnt/jfs

juicefs gateway

Description

Start an S3-compatible gateway.

Synopsis

juicefs gateway [command options] META-URL ADDRESS

Options

--bucket value
customized endpoint to access an object storage

--get-timeout value
the max number of seconds to download an object (default: 60)

--put-timeout value
the max number of seconds to upload an object (default: 60)

--io-retries value
number of retries after network failure (default: 10)

--max-uploads value
number of connections to upload (default: 20)

--max-deletes value
number of threads to delete objects (default: 2)

--buffer-size value
total read/write buffering in MiB (default: 300)

--upload-limit value
bandwidth limit for upload in Mbps (default: 0)

--download-limit value
bandwidth limit for download in Mbps (default: 0)

--prefetch value
prefetch N blocks in parallel (default: 1)

--writeback
upload objects in background (default: false), see Client write data cache

--cache-dir value
directory paths of local cache, use : (Linux, macOS) or ; (Windows) to separate multiple paths (default: "$HOME/.juicefs/cache" or /var/jfsCache), see Client read data cache

--cache-size value
size of cached object for read in MiB (default: 102400), see Client read data cache

--free-space-ratio value
min free space (ratio) (default: 0.1), see Client read data cache

--cache-partial-only
cache random/small read only (default: false), see Client read data cache

--read-only
allow lookup/read operations only (default: false)

--open-cache value
open file cache timeout in seconds (0 means disable this feature) (default: 0)

--subdir value
mount a sub-directory as root (default: "")

--attr-cache value
attributes cache timeout in seconds (default: 1), read Kernel Metadata Cache

--entry-cache value
file entry cache timeout in seconds (default: 0), read Kernel Metadata Cache

--dir-entry-cache value
dir entry cache timeout in seconds (default: 1), read Kernel Metadata Cache

--access-log value
path for JuiceFS access log

--metrics value
address to export metrics (default: "127.0.0.1:9567")

--no-usage-report
do not send usage report (default: false)

--no-banner
disable MinIO startup information (default: false)

--multi-buckets
use top level of directories as buckets (default: false)

--keep-etag
save the ETag for uploaded objects (default: false)

--storage value
Object storage type (e.g. s3, gcs, oss, cos) (default: "file", please refer to documentation for all supported object storage types)

--upload-delay value
delayed duration (in seconds) for uploading objects (default: "0")

--backup-meta value
interval (in seconds) to automatically backup metadata in the object storage (0 means disable backup) (default: "3600")

--heartbeat value
interval (in seconds) to send heartbeat; it's recommended that all clients use the same heartbeat value (default: "12")

--no-bgjob
disable background jobs (clean-up, backup, etc.) (default: false)

--umask value
umask for new file and directory in octal (default: "022")

--consul value
consul address to register (default: "127.0.0.1:8500")

Examples

$ export MINIO_ROOT_USER=admin
$ export MINIO_ROOT_PASSWORD=12345678
$ juicefs gateway redis://localhost localhost:9000

juicefs webdav

Description

Start a WebDAV server.

Synopsis

juicefs webdav [command options] META-URL ADDRESS

Options

--bucket value
customized endpoint to access an object storage

--get-timeout value
the max number of seconds to download an object (default: 60)

--put-timeout value
the max number of seconds to upload an object (default: 60)

--io-retries value
number of retries after network failure (default: 10)

--max-uploads value
number of connections to upload (default: 20)

--max-deletes value
number of threads to delete objects (default: 2)

--buffer-size value
total read/write buffering in MiB (default: 300)

--upload-limit value
bandwidth limit for upload in Mbps (default: 0)

--download-limit value
bandwidth limit for download in Mbps (default: 0)

--prefetch value
prefetch N blocks in parallel (default: 1)

--writeback
upload objects in background (default: false), see Client write data cache

--upload-delay value
delayed duration for uploading objects ("s", "m", "h") (default: 0s)

--cache-dir value
directory paths of local cache, use : (Linux, macOS) or ; (Windows) to separate multiple paths (default: "$HOME/.juicefs/cache" or /var/jfsCache), see Client read data cache

--cache-size value
size of cached object for read in MiB (default: 102400), see Client read data cache

--free-space-ratio value
min free space (ratio) (default: 0.1), see Client read data cache

--cache-partial-only
cache random/small read only (default: false), see Client read data cache

--read-only
allow lookup/read operations only (default: false)

--backup-meta
interval to automatically backup metadata in the object storage (0 means disable backup) (default: 1h0m0s)

--no-bgjob
disable background jobs (clean-up, backup, etc.) (default: false)

--open-cache value
open file cache timeout in seconds (0 means disable this feature) (default: 0)

--subdir value
mount a sub-directory as root (default: "")

--attr-cache value
attributes cache timeout in seconds (default: 1), read Kernel Metadata Cache

--entry-cache value
file entry cache timeout in seconds (default: 0), read Kernel Metadata Cache

--dir-entry-cache value
dir entry cache timeout in seconds (default: 1), read Kernel Metadata Cache

--gzip
compress served files via gzip (default: false)

--disallowList
disallow list a directory (default: false)

--access-log value
path for JuiceFS access log

--metrics value
address to export metrics (default: "127.0.0.1:9567")

--consul value
consul address to register (default: "127.0.0.1:8500")

--no-usage-report
do not send usage report (default: false)

--storage value
Object storage type (e.g. s3, gcs, oss, cos) (default: "file", please refer to documentation for all supported object storage types)

--heartbeat value
interval (in seconds) to send heartbeat; it's recommended that all clients use the same heartbeat value (default: "12")

Examples

$ juicefs webdav redis://localhost localhost:9007

juicefs sync

Description

Sync between two storage.

Synopsis

juicefs sync [command options] SRC DST
  • SRC: source path
  • DST: destination path

The format of both source and destination paths is [NAME://][ACCESS_KEY:SECRET_KEY[:TOKEN]@]BUCKET[.ENDPOINT][/PREFIX], in which:

  • NAME: JuiceFS supported data storage types (e.g. s3, oss) (please refer to this document).
  • ACCESS_KEY and SECRET_KEY: The credential required to access the data storage (please refer to this document).
  • TOKEN token used to access the object storage, as some object storage supports the use of temporary token to obtain permission for a limited time
  • BUCKET[.ENDPOINT]: The access address of the data storage service. The format may be different for different storage types, and please refer to the document.
  • [/PREFIX]: Optional, a prefix for the source and destination paths that can be used to limit synchronization of data only in certain paths.

For a detailed introduction to the sync subcommand, please refer to the documentation.

Options

--start KEY, -s KEY
the first KEY to sync

--end KEY, -e KEY
the last KEY to sync

--threads value, -p value
number of concurrent threads (default: 10)

--http-port PORT
HTTP PORT to listen to (default: 6070)

--update, -u
update existing file if the source is newer (default: false)

--force-update, -f
always update existing file (default: false)

--perms
preserve permissions (default: false)

--dirs
Sync directories or holders (default: false)

--dry
don't copy file (default: false)

--delete-src, --deleteSrc
delete objects from source after synced (default: false)

--delete-dst, --deleteDst
delete extraneous objects from destination (default: false)

--exclude PATTERN
exclude Key matching PATTERN

--include PATTERN
don't exclude Key matching PATTERN, need to be used with --exclude option

--links, -l
copy symlinks as symlinks (default: false)

--limit value
limit the number of objects that will be processed (default: -1)

--manager value
manager address

--worker value
hosts (seperated by comma) to launch worker

--bwlimit value
limit bandwidth in Mbps (0 means unlimited) (default: 0)

--no-https
do not use HTTPS (default: false)

--check-all
verify integrity of all files in source and destination (default: false)

--check-new
verify integrity of newly copied files (default: false)

Examples

# Sync object from OSS to S3
$ juicefs sync oss://mybucket.oss-cn-shanghai.aliyuncs.com s3://mybucket.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com

# Sync objects from S3 to JuiceFS
$ juicefs mount -d redis://localhost /mnt/jfs
$ juicefs sync s3://mybucket.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ /mnt/jfs/

# SRC: a1/b1,a2/b2,aaa/b1 DST: empty sync result: aaa/b1
$ juicefs sync --exclude='a?/b*' s3://mybucket.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ /mnt/jfs/

# SRC: a1/b1,a2/b2,aaa/b1 DST: empty sync result: a1/b1,aaa/b1
$ juicefs sync --include='a1/b1' --exclude='a[1-9]/b*' s3://mybucket.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ /mnt/jfs/

# SRC: a1/b1,a2/b2,aaa/b1,b1,b2 DST: empty sync result: a1/b1,b2
$ juicefs sync --include='a1/b1' --exclude='a*' --include='b2' --exclude='b?' s3://mybucket.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ /mnt/jfs/

juicefs rmr

Description

Remove all the files and subdirectories, similar to rm -rf, except this command deals with metadata directly (bypassing POSIX API), thus is much faster.

If trash is enabled, deleted files are moved into trash. read more at Trash.

Synopsis

juicefs rmr PATH ...

Examples

$ juicefs rmr /mnt/jfs/foo

juicefs info

Description

Show internal information for given paths or inodes.

Synopsis

juicefs info [command options] PATH or INODE

Options

--inode, -i
use inode instead of path (current dir should be inside JuiceFS) (default: false)

--recursive, -r
get summary of directories recursively (NOTE: it may take a long time for huge trees) (default: false)

--raw
show internal raw information (default: false)

Examples

# Check a path
$ juicefs info /mnt/jfs/foo

# Check an inode
$ cd /mnt/jfs
$ juicefs info -i 100

juicefs bench

Description

Run benchmark, including read/write/stat for big and small files.

Synopsis

juicefs bench [command options] PATH

For a detailed introduction to the bench subcommand, please refer to the documentation.

Options

--block-size value
block size in MiB (default: 1)

--big-file-size value
size of big file in MiB (default: 1024)

--small-file-size value
size of small file in MiB (default: 0.1)

--small-file-count value
number of small files (default: 100)

--threads value, -p value
number of concurrent threads (default: 1)

Examples

# Run benchmarks with 4 threads
$ juicefs bench /mnt/jfs -p 4

# Run benchmarks of only small files
$ juicefs bench /mnt/jfs --big-file-size 0

juicefs objbench

Description

Run basic benchmarks on the target object storage to test if it works as expected.

Synopsis

juicefs objbench [command options] BUCKET

For a detailed introduction to the objbench subcommand, please refer to the documentation.

Options

--storage value
Object storage type (e.g. s3, gcs, oss, cos) (default: "file", please refer to documentation for all supported object storage types)

--access-key value
Access Key for object storage (can also be set via the environment variable ACCESS_KEY)

--secret-key value
Secret Key for object storage (can also be set via the environment variable SECRET_KEY)

--block-size value
size of each IO block in KiB (default: 4096)

--big-object-size value
size of each big object in MiB (default: 1024)

--small-object-size value
size of each small object in KiB (default: 128)

--skip-functional-tests
skip functional tests (default: false)

--threads value, -p value
number of concurrent threads (default: 4)

Examples

# Run benchmarks on S3
$ ACCESS_KEY=myAccessKey SECRET_KEY=mySecretKey juicefs objbench --storage s3 https://mybucket.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com -p 6

juicefs gc

Description

用来处理「对象泄漏」,以及因为覆盖写而产生的碎片数据的命令。详见「状态检查 & 维护」

Deal with leaked objects, and garbage fragments produced by file overwrites. See Status Check & Maintenance.

Synopsis

juicefs gc [command options] META-URL

Options

--delete
delete leaked objects (default: false)

--compact
compact all chunks with more than 1 slices (default: false).

--threads value
number of threads to delete leaked objects (default: 10)

Examples

# Check only, no writable change
$ juicefs gc redis://localhost

# Trigger compaction of all slices
$ juicefs gc redis://localhost --compact

# Delete leaked objects
$ juicefs gc redis://localhost --delete

juicefs fsck

Description

Check consistency of file system.

Synopsis

juicefs fsck [command options] META-URL

Examples

$ juicefs fsck redis://localhost

juicefs profile

Description

Analyze access log.

Synopsis

juicefs profile [command options] MOUNTPOINT/LOGFILE

Options

--uid value, -u value
only track specified UIDs (separated by comma ,)

--gid value, -g value
only track specified GIDs(separated by comma ,)

--pid value, -p value
only track specified PIDs(separated by comma ,)

--interval value
flush interval in seconds; set it to 0 when replaying a log file to get an immediate result (default: 2)

Examples

# Monitor real time operations
$ juicefs profile /mnt/jfs

# Replay an access log
$ cat /mnt/jfs/.accesslog > /tmp/jfs.alog
# Press Ctrl-C to stop the "cat" command after some time
$ juicefs profile /tmp/jfs.alog

# Analyze an access log and print the total statistics immediately
$ juicefs profile /tmp/jfs.alog --interval 0

juicefs stats

Description

Show runtime statistics.

Synopsis

juicefs stats [command options] MOUNTPOINT

Options

--schema value
schema string that controls the output sections (u: usage, f: fuse, m: meta, c: blockcache, o: object, g: go) (default: "ufmco")

--interval value
interval in seconds between each update (default: 1)

--verbosity value
verbosity level, 0 or 1 is enough for most cases (default: 0)

Examples

$ juicefs stats /mnt/jfs

# More metrics
$ juicefs stats /mnt/jfs -l 1

juicefs status

Description

Show status of JuiceFS.

Synopsis

juicefs status [command options] META-URL

Options

--session value, -s value
show detailed information (sustained inodes, locks) of the specified session (sid) (default: 0)

Examples

$ juicefs status redis://localhost

juicefs warmup

Description

Build cache for target directories/files. See Cache warm-up.

Synopsis

juicefs warmup [command options] [PATH ...]

Options

--file value, -f value
file containing a list of paths

--threads value, -p value
number of concurrent workers (default: 50)

--background, -b
run in background (default: false)

Examples

# Warm all files in datadir
$ juicefs warmup /mnt/jfs/datadir

# Warm only three files in datadir
$ cat /tmp/filelist
/mnt/jfs/datadir/f1
/mnt/jfs/datadir/f2
/mnt/jfs/datadir/f3
$ juicefs warmup -f /tmp/filelist

juicefs dump

Description

Dump metadata into a JSON file.

Synopsis

juicefs dump [command options] META-URL [FILE]

When the FILE is not provided, STDOUT will be used instead.

Options

--subdir value
only dump a sub-directory.

Examples

$ juicefs dump redis://localhost meta-dump

# Dump only a subtree of the volume
$ juicefs dump redis://localhost sub-meta-dump --subdir /dir/in/jfs

juicefs load

Description

Load metadata from a previously dumped JSON file.

Synopsis

juicefs load [command options] META-URL [FILE]

When the FILE is not provided, STDIN will be used instead.

Examples

$ juicefs load redis://localhost/1 meta-dump

juicefs config

Description

Change config of a volume.

Synopsis

juicefs config [command options] META-URL

Options

--capacity value
limit for space in GiB

--inodes value
limit for number of inodes

--bucket value
a bucket URL to store data

--access-key value
access key for object storage

--secret-key value
secret key for object storage

--session-token value
session token for object storage

--trash-days value
number of days after which removed files will be permanently deleted

--force
skip sanity check and force update the configurations (default: false)

--encrypt-secret
encrypt the secret key if it was previously stored in plain format (default: false)

--min-client-version value
minimum client version allowed to connect

--max-client-version value
maximum client version allowed to connect

Examples

# Show the current configurations
$ juicefs config redis://localhost

# Change volume "quota"
$ juicefs config redis://localhost --inode 10000000 --capacity 1048576

# Change maximum days before files in trash are deleted
$ juicefs config redis://localhost --trash-days 7

# Limit client version that is allowed to connect
$ juicefs config redis://localhost --min-client-version 1.0.0 --max-client-version 1.1.0

juicefs destroy

Description

Destroy an existing volume, will delete relevant data in metadata engine and object storage. See How to destroy a file system.

Synopsis

juicefs destroy [command options] META-URL UUID

Options

--force
skip sanity check and force destroy the volume (default: false)

Examples

$ juicefs destroy redis://localhost e94d66a8-2339-4abd-b8d8-6812df737892

juicefs debug

Description

It collects and displays information from multiple dimensions such as the operating environment and system logs to help better locate errors

Synopsis

juicefs debug [command options] MOUNTPOINT

Options

--out-dir value
The output directory of the results, automatically created if the directory does not exist (default: ./debug/)

--stats-sec value
The number of seconds to sample .stats file (default: 5)

--limit value
The number of log entries collected, from newest to oldest, if not specified, all entries will be collected

--trace-sec value
The number of seconds to sample trace metrics (default: 5)

--profile-sec value
The number of seconds to sample profile metrics (default: 30)

Examples

# Collect and display information about the mount point /mnt/jfs
$ juicefs debug /mnt/jfs

# Specify the output directory as /var/log
$ juicefs debug --out-dir=/var/log /mnt/jfs

# Get the last up to 1000 log entries
$ juicefs debug --out-dir=/var/log --limit=1000 /mnt/jfs