Coda File System

Re: trace for coda?

From: Ashwin Krishna Patil <>
Date: Sun, 21 May 2000 18:46:49 -0400 (EDT)
Jan, thanks for the prompt reply.  The professor I am working with
mentioned something called the mariner/coda console.  What is your opinion
of this tool?

Ashwin Patil                                                                                
ph. (734) 213-2003                     
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor      

On Sun, 21 May 2000, Jan Harkes wrote:

> On Sun, May 21, 2000 at 11:30:03AM -0400, Ashwin Krishna Patil wrote:
> > 
> > Is there anything written for coda that is analagous to nfstrace?
> That depends on what information you want to get. There is rpc2tcpdump,
> which is able to decode the rpc2 headers and shows GETATTR/STORE/etc.
> (but doesn't look inside the packets).
> There is also a `spy' command on the client, which shows opened files,
> although it might only be showing the ones that are fetched from the
> servers, so if the file is already cached it doesn't show up.
> It is also possible to get statistics from both the kernel module and
> venus, or turn grep the information you're interested in from the logs
> after turning up debuglevels of either the kernel or venus.
> Oh, and there is also a bunch of disabled code in both clients and
> servers that is able to send usage summaries to a machine on the net.
> I don't know if that actually still works.
> Jan
Received on 2000-05-21 18:48:20