email@example.com (Casper H.S. Dik) writes:
>Intr is not the opposite of hard. We have all our nfs mounted
>filesystems mounted hard. All nfs filesystems mounted r/w should
>be mounted hard or lots of things will break at random moments.
Some would argue (I'm not sure if I personally have the energy) that
software written with proper error handling *won't* break when the
filesystem is temporarily unavailable.
In other words: they break, but they shouldn't.
w. <firstname.lastname@example.org> <wisner@EBay.Sun.COM> Gryphon Gang Mountain View CA
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