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    > It is not a design bug - it is a design tradeoff.  A stateful
    > server might work if you have years of uptime or at least
    > no unplanned downtime. But such implementations tend to force
    > clients to remount if the server ever go down. That may
    > be really annoying if you're accessing lots of servers.

    NFS is at best "imitation stateless". You can do good stateful servers that
    recover across both client and server machine failure. You can do far better
    with them than with NFS - its just a bit harder.

    Alan
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