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SubjectRe: strange but consistent feature of linux nfs client
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>>>>> " " == Yours Lovingly <ylovingly@yahoo.co.in> writes:

> I observed without exception in all test runs that the second
> write-read combination had the read succeeding to find the data
> in the local cache(after suitable revalidation etc) while the
> first read operation in each individual test run never found
> the data in the local cache(although the first write too like
> the second write was done through the pagecache) or whatever
> but invariably made an on the wire read - always.

> So what is special - first time reads/first time writes and
> why, and how is this speciality affected in the kernel.

You are perhaps failing to write an entire page?

Cheers,
Trond
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