Re: Does fs-cache work in conjunction with NFS4 + Kerberos?
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Hi David, thanks for the reply. Am Donnerstag 09 September 2010, 18:28:23 schrieb David Howells: > Can you cat /proc/fs/nfsfs/*? Sure, and it does look interesting: NV SERVER PORT USE HOSTNAME v4 866406a5 801 6 rzfilesrv1 NV SERVER PORT DEV FSID FSC v4 866406a5 801 0:19 33:80 yes v4 866406a5 801 0:20 d44824084a76c643 no v4 866406a5 801 0:21 14bba808365d2965 no v4 866406a5 801 0:22 c843f508f5e1b682 no v4 866406a5 801 0:23 ff8e0d0862a07886 no v4 866406a5 801 0:24 a512a90831bf9ec7 no More background: I am mounting a main directory from an OpenSolaris fileserver which transparently(?) automounts a large number if (per-user) ZFS partitions as subdirectories. My first impression was that this was completely transparent to the NFS client, but I already learned that this is wrong, so my guess would be that the above 6 entries are 6 actual ZFS partitions on the server, only the first of which (the directly mounted one) gets cached? Now the questions is why, or even better: Can we fix that? ;-) Have a nice day, Hans -- Linux-cachefs mailing list Linux-cachefs@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/linux-cachefs
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