So, Theravada Patimokkha contains 227 rules for bhikkhus (and 311 for bhikkhunis).
Yep, I'll just add to that by clarifying that in Theravada these are regarded purely as "training rules" rather than "vows". The consequence of failure to adhere to the rules ranges from no punishment (i.e. these are standards you should try to apply) to "defeat" (i.e. invalidation of monastic status). There is no equivalent of Vajra Hell or anything like that in connection to reneging on the path.
There are no official or mandated vows in Theravada, although there are different paths recognised in the commentarial literature (e.g. bodhisattva path) which could be said to comprise certain commitments over and above the 227/311 precepts.
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