Multiple Filespaces can be mounted at the same time through the command line by specifying --instance id. 

Each Filespace instance requires its own system resources and cache. LucidLink recommends ensuring appropriate resources are available and Filespace requirements are tuned correctly in relation to the anticipated workloads.

You require an --instance id per Filespace. LucidApp uses instance id 1 by default and activating Snapshots leverages instance id 1000 as default.

Snapshots require additional --snapshot <id> or --all-snapshots 

Please review the Link Filespace from the command line for an overview of linking Filespaces through the operating system client and the OS CLI.

    lucid --instance <id> daemon --fs <filespace.domain> --user <fsuser> --password <userpwd> --mount-point <mount-point>
Note: <mount-point> can be folder path or drive letter depending on operating system type.

Example (Windows):

    lucid --instance 2 daemon --fs <filespace.domain> --user <fsuser> --password <userpwd>  --mount-point C:\Lucid

or

    lucid --instance 2 daemon --fs <filespace.domain> --user <fsuser> --password <userpwd> --mount-point L:

Example (Linux and macOS):

    lucid --instance 2 daemon --fs <filespace.domain> --user <fsuser> --password <userpwd> --mount-point ~/Lucid