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    SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH] nfs: Support posix_fadvise(POSIX_FADV_RANDOM) on nfs server.
    Hi. Dean.

    I have currenlty been having the deep interest about NFS. If I have a
    chance to help you for NFSv2, It is a great honor for me.
    Acutally I don't know how to contribute something for NFSv2 spec. If
    you give me some guide or advice, I will join postively.


    2012/6/27, Dean <>:
    > Hi Namjae,
    > I'm glad you also see the usefulness of sending such hints to the NFS
    > server.
    > Beyond reviewing the NFSv4.2 spec, it would also be very useful to
    > implement a version of IO_ADVISE and show performance results with your
    > traverse test (among others). If you have time for this, that would
    > really be helpful in ensuring the usefulness of IO_ADVISE.
    > Dean Hildebrand
    > On 6/24/12 6:54 PM, Namjae Jeon wrote:
    >> 2012/6/24, Jim Rees <>:
    >>> Namjae Jeon wrote:
    >>> > Yes, posix_fadvise support is part of NFSv4.2.
    >>> Where can I check it ?
    >>> Thanks.
    >>> NFS is standardized throught the IETF. 4.2 is not out yet, so you'll
    >>> find
    >>> it in the drafts rather than the RFCs. You can search them here:
    >>> Here is the current draft:
    >> Okay, I will check, Thanks a lot Jim~. We hope to contribute NFSv4.2.
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