Re: Does fs-cache work in conjunction with NFS4 + Kerberos?
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Hi again, Am Freitag 10 September 2010, 10:39:03 schrieb David Howells: > Hans Meine <meine@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > 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. > > What do you mean by automounts? Are you using some sort of referral? Sorry for not being 100% precise, I needed to check back with the administrators of the file server: There is no automounter involved at all. At the server side, there is simply a hierarchy of ZFS partitions (because a per-user quota has to be mapped to per-partition quotas, so every user got a separate ZFS partition) mounted below the NFS-exported directory. > Also, can you check to see if cachefilesd is still running? You should > have a message in the log if it has crashed from the cache going offline, > but if you can check anyway. Yes, the process keeps running fine. > My guess is that only your 'automount point' volume is being cached, and > directories (and referrals) aren't actually cached. Yes, that was also my guess. But why - is this a limitation we can work around, or does this need fixing in the kernel, or is it a fundamental problem? Have a nice day, Hans -- Linux-cachefs mailing list Linux-cachefs@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/linux-cachefs
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