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RE: LockDir

From: KOIE Hidetaka
Subject: RE: LockDir
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 12:51:06 +0900

  From:       "Derek R. Price" <address@hidden>
  Subject:    Re: LockDir
  Date:       Tue, 12 Jun 2001 03:35:18 +0900
  Message-Id: <address@hidden>

  | >     If using in-memory file system, it is volatile during reboot,
  | >     don't forget to create @var{directory} in a startup script like 
  | This seems better to leave to the filesystem docs.  Not only should any user
  | capable of setting up an in-memory filesystem be capable of solving this
  | problem on their own after at most a single reboot, but I can conceive of a
  | disk-backed in-memory filesystem that doesn't have this requirement.

I don't know disk-backed in-memory filesystem.
Is this like union mounting?

I suppose that
a recent filesystem is using meta data logging, locking doesn't cost.

KOIE Hidetaka <address@hidden>

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