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Re: stale lock files

Le samedi 23 septembre 2006 à 10:33 +0200, Goswin von Brederlow a
écrit :
> > Of course, but you get that extra feature "for free".  Why would that
> > be a be something to avoid?
> Because NFS isn't everything.
> What do you do on fuse, afs, coda, oracle fs, lustrefs? Do they all
> have fcntl? 

AFAIK, afs, fuse and ocfs2 have (although recently introduced) posix
locking support. Lustre users get what they pay for, and I don't know
for coda.

> What if the nfs has no lockd running?

In this case I guess you can hire a new sysadmin.
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