Re: Who's working on centralized management?
Sergey V Kovalyov <sqk0316@SCIRES.ACF.NYU.EDU> writes:
> Well, coda is extremely cool theoretically, but the problem is - it is too
> far from being ready for production. E.g. ordinary users can easily crash
> coda client by attempting to mount already mounted volume.
Thats something to fix then. But why allow users to mount something? I
haven't used coda yet, but neigther client nor server should be
manipulatable by normal users, unless wanted.
> Another thing: in order to mount /usr via coda, it requires heavy
> modifications, since coda itself is in /usr, and this path is hard-wired
> into the code AFAIK.
Are you sure? Isn't all you need to mount a coda server compiled into
the server? There are tools and server stuff in usr, but you wouldn't
need those to mount /usr.
May the Source be with you.