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SubjectRe: [RFC] mount flag "direct"
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> Rationale:
> No caching means that each kernel doesn't go off with its own idea of
> what is on the disk in a file, at least. Dunno about directories and
> metadata.

Somewhat related to this - is there currently, or would it be possible to include in what you're working on now, a sane way for two or more machines to access a SCSI drive on a shared SCSI bus - in other words, several host adaptors in different machines are all connected to one SCSI bus, and can all access a single hard disk. At the moment, you can only do this if all machines mount the disk read-only.

John.
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