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SubjectRe: NFS Client patch
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Craig Soules <soules@happyplace.pdl.cmu.edu> writes:

> Our system does automatic directory compaction through the use of a tree
> structure, and so the cookie needs to be invalidated. Also, any other
> file system whicih does immediate directory compaction would require this.

Actually all the file systems who do that on Linux (JFS, XFS, reiserfs)
have fixed the issue properly server side, by adding a layer that generates
stable cookies. You should too.

-Andi

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