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    SubjectRe: Major XFS problems...
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    On Sep 09, 2004, at 22:40, Greg Banks wrote:
    > Like I said, knfsd does unnatural things to the dcache.

    Perhaps there needs to be a standard API that knfsd can use to do many
    of the (currently) non-standard dcache operations. This would likely be
    useful for other kernel-level file-servers that would be useful to have
    (OpenAFS? Coda?). Of course, I could just be totally ignorant of some
    nasty reason for the unstandardized hackery, but it doesn't hurt to
    ask. :-D

    Cheers,
    Kyle Moffett

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