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NFS mount

Postby rychao » Sun, 21 Sep 2003 05:45:28 GMT

We have successfully mounted a share volume on a VxWorks 2.0.2 machine 
on a Solaris 2.5.1 workstation. However, if the files on the VxWorks 
machine are changed through FTP method, the mounted volume will not show 
the files have been changed.

Is there something we can do on the VxWorks side or the Solaris side 
which can sync up the files right away?

Thanks for your help.

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