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SubjectRe: [RFC] mount flag "direct"
On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, Peter T. Breuer wrote:

> 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.

And what if they both allocate the same disk block to another
file, simultaneously ?

A mount option isn't enough to achieve your goal.

It looks like you want GFS or OCFS. Info about GFS can be found at: (commercial GFS)

Dunno where Oracle's cluster fs is documented.


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