USBDISK(4)                                             USBDISK(4)

          usbdisk, usbfat: - serve USB mass storage devices

          usb/disk [ -dDfl ] [ -m mountpoint ] [ -s srvname ] [ ctrlno
          id ]

          usbfat: [ -fl ] [ disk [ mntpt ] ]

          Disk serves a directory named mountpoint (default /n/disk)
          containing the files ctl and n, where n is the number of a
          LUN to access, for all detected LUNs of the named or found
          USB device.  Disk searches for a USB device with class 8
          (storage), subclass 2 (ATAPI CD/DVD/BD), 5 (removable,
          ATAPI-like) or 6 (SCSI transparent), and protocol 0x50
          (bulk), or uses /dev/usb/ctrlno/id if specified.  In every
          LUN directory are the files data and raw.  data gives
          read/write access to blocks of the device.  raw is a raw
          SCSI-like interface (talk to it with scuzz(8)).

          The root directory's ctl file accepts the command `reset',
          which tells disk to again fetch the information about all
          LUNs, and yields the device geometries when read.

          The -d option generates debugging output.  The -f option
          avoids freaking out some cheap USB flash disks by not issu-
          ing UMS reset commands to them.  The -l option asks the
          device for its maximum LUN.  By default, disk assumes a max-
          imum LUN of zero, since some devices get upset if you ask
          them for their maximum LUN.  Flash memory devices are likely
          to have multiple LUNs.  The -m option mounts the served
          hierarchy on mountpoint instead of /n/disk.  The -s option
          posts a mountable file descriptor as /srv/srvname.  The -D
          option prints all 9P messages.

          Access the usual preformatted FAT partition:

               % usb/usbd
               % usb/disk -l
               % disk/fdisk -p /n/disk/0/data
               part dos 7 31559
               % dossrv -f /n/disk/0/data:7 usbstorage
               dossrv: serving #s/usbstorage
               % mount /srv/usbstorage /n/d:
               % ls -l /n/d:
               alrw-rw-rw- M 39 bill trog 180364 Oct  5 18:14 /n/d:/9LOAD
               d-rwxrwxrwx M 39 bill trog      0 Nov 13 14:30 /n/d:/benedict

     USBDISK(4)                                             USBDISK(4)

          The latter part of the above example, from disk/fdisk to
          mount, has been packaged up as usbfat:, which mounts the FAT
          file system in the DOS partition of the named disk (by
          default /n/disk/0/data) on mntpt (by default /n/usb).

          /n/disk              default mountpoint
          /n/usb               default mountpoint for FAT file system
                               on the disk
          /srv/usbfat.$user    FAT file system service


          fs(3), sd(3), usb(3), partfs(8), prep(8), scuzz(8)

          Should implement sd(3)'s interface for each LUN.  Currently,
          if there are multiple partitions, you can use fs(3) to man-
          age them.  If `fdisk -p' prints nothing, there is no parti-
          tion table on the device, so one can invoke dossrv(4)

          USB 1 flash disks' I/O rates are slow and variable.  Reading
          and writing in large units (e.g., 4KB) seems to be faster by
          an order of magnitude when transferring large volumes of