When you modify a file system in the cache, you need to delete the cache and then re-create it. You might also need to reboot your machine in single-user mode, depending on how your file systems are shared and accessed.
In the following example, the cache is deleted, re-created, and then mounted again by using demandconst option specified for the /docs file system.
# shutdown -g30 -y . . . Root password for system maintenance (control-d to bypass): single-user privilege assigned to /dev/console. . . . Here is where you might be prompted to run fsck on the file system where the cache is located. # fsck /local # mount /local # cfsadmin -d all /local/mycache # cfsadmin -c /local/mycache # init 6 . . . console login: password: # mount -F cachefs -o backfstype=nfs,cachedir=/local/cache1,demandconst merlin:/docs /docs #