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    SubjectRe: udev and devfs - The final word
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    On Sat, 03 Jan 2004 20:16:26 EST, Mark Mielke said:

    > It seems to me that as long as /dev is always a local mount (tmpfs in
    > the case of an NFS-root installation), it doesn't really matter. Maintaining
    > system-specific information on a remote machine seems dirty, and something
    > that shouldn't be *expected* to work. You wouldn't expect /proc to work
    > over NFS, would you? :-)

    ISTR that SunOS 4.0 handled an NFS-mounted /dev and swap just fine some 15
    years ago? (in fact, due to performance differences between the disks on a Sun3/
    2xx server and the shoebox disk on a 3/50, you could page faster over the net
    than to a local /dev/swap).

    So it's more a case of "we have decided to do it differently" than "that's so nuts
    that it shouldn't be expected to work"....
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