On Fri, 24 Oct 2003 10:24:59 +0100, James Pearson wrote:
>Michael Sinz wrote:
>> I have a bunch of files I wanted to make available on a read-only NFS
>> mount that currently live in a directory under my home directory.
>> It turns out that the NFS mount is on the same device (it is in /home/nfs)
>> as my home directory (/home/mks)
>Sounds like an NFS issue - try exporting the filesystems/directories
>with the 'no_subtree_check' option.
You are correct - that is what is happening in NFS - too bad this induces
other potential problems (albeit, with the current setup, it does not matter
since the exported tree is read-only and minimally changing)
The question would be - how would one do this check such that it does not
sometimes fail in the hard-link case? And, I think you are correct in saying
that it is not specificaly an XFS issue.
Michael Sinz - http://www.sinz.org/Michael.Sinz/Linux - Linux@xxxxxxxx