Coda File System

Re: Corrupt files [Re: coda-4.3.13 src: 64-bit safety problems]

From: Steven N. Hirsch <>
Date: Mon, 9 Feb 1998 19:40:36 -0500 (EST)
On Mon, 9 Feb 1998, Peter J. Braam wrote:

> Jan is completely right, and the messages you get will disappear if you
> run an auth2 server and log in to Coda.  We are hoping to make Coda more
> chown friendly, but it is not high on the to do list.

auth2 server?  I'll read the docs and find out how to do this.  I guess I
assumed that if I wasn't authorized, I wouldn't be able to read/write Coda
at all!

> > As for the copying taking an hour:
> >  I get a bandwidth of at least 250kb/s when running both the client and
> >  server on a 486/66 with 16MB RAM and 30MB swap. Which results in
> >  _copying_ a clean linux-2.1.85 kernel tree in around 3 minutes.
> > 
> What do you mean with _copying_?  I think what we are interested in here
> is tar zxvf linux-2.1.84.tar.gz.  This is slow, but should not take an
> hour. 

Actually, I'm doing cp -a /usr/src/linux /coda/src.

Received on 1998-02-09 19:40:53