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    SubjectRe: [NFS client] NFS locks not released on abnormal process termination
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    > i think it's problematic because you can't assume the lock was
    > granted on the server and the signaled process might not exit
    > immediately.

    The point is that it is *worse* to assume the lock was not granted,
    since then it will never get cleared on the server.

    The RPC layer blocks all signals except SIGKILL, so the signalled
    process has no choice but to exit immediately if something gets
    through.

    Cheers,
    Trond


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