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SubjectRe: [reiserfs-list] Re: Apparent instability of reiserfs on 2.4.1
On Feb 11 2001, Andi Kleen wrote:
> The reiserfs nfs problem in standard 2.4 is very simple -- it'll
> barf as soon as you run out of file handle/inode cache. Any workload
> that accesses enough files in parallel can trigger it.

I'm just trying to evaluate if I should use reiserfs here or
not: is this phenomenon that you describe above happening
independently of whether I choose the knfsd or userspace nfsd?

From your message, I got the impression that it would happen
with knfsd only, but I'm just checking before I make a wrong
decision.


Thanks from a humble (and ignorant) network admin, Roger...

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