Re: [Nbd] (no subject) sync/cache/flush of devices
- To: "Paul Clements" <paul.clements@...124...>
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: [Nbd] (no subject) sync/cache/flush of devices
- From: "Daniel Schwager" <Daniel.Schwager@...207...>
- Date: Tue, 14 Jul 2009 20:36:20 +0200
- Message-id: <EB31672367A401439CD5A4A10889D57B019891D0@...661...>
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> - Is there a possibility to sync ONLY my device on client side ?
> Yes, fsync the file descriptor you have opened on the file or device.
Ok - will try it.
Featurerequest: The normal szenario using nbd is over a network -
a disconnect of the client should fsync the disk before disconnecting
can be done inside nbd-client).
What's you opinion ?
> > And KILL the nbd-server after ?
> The client disconnect will cause the server to die. If either end of
> connection is terminated, the other side will also stop.
NACK - i tried this on a nbd-server running @opensolaris - after
the nbd-client@...662..., the nbd-server still runs on solaris. It was not
I have to kill it (but is there a cache inside nbd-server - if so,
destroy also my cached data ...)