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NAME
    cosmic - a fail-safe network RAID

SYNOPSIS
      # create a new volume and connect
      cosmic create global-name /dev/mdX 10G 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.2
      mkfs -t ext3 /dev/mdX
      mount /dev/mdX /var/mdX
  
      # connect to and mount an existing volume
      cosmic connect global-name /dev/mdX
      mount /dev/mdX /var/mdX
  
      # unmount and disconnect volume
      umount /var/mdX
      cosmic disconnect global-name /dev/mdX

      # destroy a volume (should be run when disconnected)
      cosmic destroy global-name

      # add a new target to RAID array
      cosmic add global-name /dev/mdX 10G 10.0.0.3

      # remove a target from RAID array
      cosmic remove global-name /dev/mdX 10.0.0.3

      # display status of a connected volume (as colon-separated values)
      cosmic status global-name /dev/mdX


      # to create a new volume without connecting
      cosmic create global-name - 10G 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.2

      # to connect to an uninitialized array and to init it
      cosmic connect --initialize global-name /dev/mdX
      mkfs t ext3 /dev/mdX
      mount /dev/mdX /var/mdX

DESCRIPTION
    Cosmic is a fail-safe network RAID, built around iSCSI.

AUTHOR
    Copyright (C) 2010 Cybozu Labs, Inc., written by Kazuho Oku

LICENSE
    BSD License

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