Coda File System

NFS question...

From: Peter Braam <>
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 1998 23:40:41 -0400
No -- a server does not store the files it serves in a "normal"
filesystem.  You must run a Coda client to get access to the files. 

It is a good project to make sure that NFS exporting Coda clients
works well.  This would work best by exploiting weak connectivity, so
that not every close goes to the server.

- Peter -

Eric Warnke writes:
 > I'm trying to uderstand this corectly.  can I from the server, can I
 > share out a coda "share" via nfs.
 > basicly I want to nfs mount /usr to diffrent type of clients.  If they
 > have space to spare I'll use coda, if they don't I'll use nfs.  As I
 > understand it, someone if developing a coda->nfs gateway, but does coda
 > interfere with sharing a directory as nfs?
 > Eric Warnke
 > System Administrator
 > University at Albany, NY
 > /
Received on 1998-07-10 09:20:41