Now, a stupid question,
How can I check if the tmp directory is nfs or regular?
I've looked at statfs but not sure that is portable to other os???
Would it be safe to use statfs?
---Alan Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Now if that file is lying on the NFS, I get an nfs error and the
> > process die!
> Welcome to stateless file systems
> > But if I move it to a physical disk I don't get this error.
> > Is that normal?
> > If not I can send you the exact error message and probably some
> > of the related code.
> Dont delete it until you are finished for one. NFS isnt a posix or
> file system, just a vague impression that works until you look under
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