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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] Don't hang user processes if Kerberos ticket for nfs4 mount expires

    While I'm not expert in this area, my impression had been that the established
    practice was that used with AFS, i.e., run jobs under a process capable of renewing
    kerberos tickets, e.g., kstart (


    ----- "Jeff Layton" <> wrote:

    > The previous situation was also a recipe for disaster, and was often
    > cited as a primary reason why people didn't want to deploy kerberized
    > NFS. Having everything fall down and go boom when your ticket expires
    > is not desirable either.
    > I suppose we'll have to agree to disagree on this point. That said,
    > I'm
    > open to sane suggestions however that don't regress the behavior for
    > those users who need to be able to cope with expired tickets.
    > --
    > Jeff Layton <>


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