Coda File System

Re: Disconnected operation

From: Stephen J. Turnbull <>
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2000 14:47:14 +0900 (JST)
>>>>> "Owen" == A V Le Blanc <> writes:

    Owen> This is a directory which is on a read-write volume which is
    Owen> not replicated.  Am I correct in assuming that ordinary
    Owen> volumes of this kind cannot be hoarded, cannot be seen in
    Owen> disconnected operations, and cannot be reintegrated
    Owen> afterward?  Does hoarding and the rest work only with
    Owen> replicated volumes?

I don't know what the answer to this is, but I seemed to have to su to
root before hoarding a volume "teach" owned by root (according to ls
-l /coda/Teach, where /coda/Teach is where the volume is mounted),
even though my ordinary user was clog'd to the System:Administrator
(the only Coda user currently in existence).  I definitely did cfs
mkmount teach /coda/Teach as root.

"Seem" means I did that and it works, and some other things I tried
did not.  I wasn't systematic about it.

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Received on 2000-04-18 01:49:36