Coda File System

Re: disconnecting

From: Michael Callahan <>
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 1998 15:23:50 -0400 (EDT)
On Tue, 28 Apr 1998 wrote:

> "Peter J. Braam" <> ,in message <Pine.LNX.3.96.980427150004.408
>>, wrote: 
> > When you are disconnected, there is NO network traffic (cool eh :) ) 
>   Even when connected, it compiled at a speed that I couldn't remember as
> being distinct from compiling to an NFS server (what I normally do).
>   Ideally, I should be able to shotgun a gigabyte onto the local cache (if it
> were that big) at the speed of the local disk and then watch my network light
> turn on solid for the next half hour as the stuff gets synced to the servers.
> In the mean time I'd be compiling and/or editing the files I just created.

Yes.  Right now, connected mode does write-through caching; work has been
done to support write-back caching, but it's not in the mainline source.

Received on 1998-04-28 15:27:06