Coda File System

*****SPAM***** Newbie Question - hoarding files

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Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2003 16:10:38 +0000
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Dear All

I have a couple of questions relating to hoarding files.

1.  Having created a hoard file using one of the techniques in the manual, where is this hoard file actually situated, in order to make it work?  Is this configured somewhere?

2.  Once hoarding begins, where do the hoarded files reside?  I\'d like to mount a drive to give me enough room to store all the hoarded files on the server.  What should be the mount point for the drive?  Is it the coda root on the clients?  If so how is this handled when the server is a available ie is mounted on the coda root?  If not how does the mapping occur when the server becomes unavailable?

Many thanks


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