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SubjectRe: Followup on NFS writing
On Mon, 1 Jul 1996, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> I have always wondered why the default for the rsize and wsize has not
> been set to 8192 now? I remember the limits for the 1k block sizes
> were there when Linux couldn't allocate buffers bigger than some limit
> I don't remember right now (4096 bytes - headers?). This restriction
> went away with the new kmalloc code (written by Alex Bligh?).
Is the larger size universally compatibile with NFS implementations? When
I tried to "Up" the read and write sizes to an old Unix box(IBM RT PC
running AOS, a VERY vanilla BSD 4.3 port), I would get I/O errors while
trying to write to an NFS volume mounted from the RT. This could very
well be some oddity of AOS, however(It's NFS is pretty ancient...).
Comments?

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