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SubjectRe: [RFD] readonly/read-write semantics


On 4 Sep 2001, Xavier Bestel wrote:

> > ??? Rollback is purely local thing, so NFS client doesn't matter at all.
> > And nfsd is just an application running on server, whether it's a kernel
> > thread or a normal process.
>
> Sorry, I meant journal replaying ... AFAIK, this operation will write on
> the media even if mounted r/o.

Ditto - NFS client has no idea of that operation.

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