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  • 1. Soft mount VS hard mount (NFS)
    "rahul dev agg" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes: >Hi all, > Does any body have any idea what are the advantages and >drawbacks of using a soft mount as compared to hard mount ? >I read some articles that say that soft mount may cause >data incosistency. Can anyone give me an example of a case >that would lead to data inconsistency ? Soft mounts have no advantages; they only can cause data corruption. Casper -- Expressed in this posting are my opinions. They are in no way related to opinions held by my employer, Sun Microsystems. Statements on Sun products included here are not gospel and may be fiction rather than truth.
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    Hi All, I am looking to get some insight from you in a very weird problem that happens with our code. Here is the problem description: 1. We have several trees: CAL, TLS, NTLS. TLS is dependent on CAL and NTLS is dependent on CAL and TLS. Meaning that NTLS uses some libraries from both CAL and TLS. 2. We are building first CAL then TLS and last NTLS on the same box using the same compiler (Sun's CC compiler: Sun WorkShop 6 update 2 C++ 5.3) 3. All was OK until a few week back when NTLS application started to crash (at the same place) even if there was no change in NTLS code. However, TLS code was changed but the TLS application was running ok. Moreover the code that causes the crash is very old code that has been reliably working over the last 2 years. We could not figure out why this is happening. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any help. Silvio
  • 3. Soft mount VS hard mount (NFS)
    Hi all, Does any body have any idea what are the advantages and drawbacks of using a soft mount as compared to hard mount ? I read some articles that say that soft mount may cause data incosistency. Can anyone give me an example of a case that would lead to data inconsistency ? Thanx for any help in advance ...
  • 4. sys-suspend with logging / fs
    I just tried sys-suspend on a Blade 100 with either Solaris 9 9/05 or Solaris 10 3/05 installed. With both OS versions, the resume boot fails with: cprboot: can't open /.CPR please reboot Program terminated I know that there were problems in the past (Solaris 7/8?) with resuming after sys-suspend when / is a logging filesystem, but I thought those had been fixed, esp. as logging is now default for all filesystems. Is this still a general problem (bugid 4491494 from Apr/2005 seems to suggest this), or is it a local problem ? mp. -- Systems Administrator | Institute of Scientific Computing | Univ. of Vienna

Re: Netra X1 Disk issue?

Postby macka » Fri, 13 Aug 2004 13:53:18 GMT

If you label it, does it remember drive type or auto configure








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