> > > * CODA: nice if you want commit-on-close semantics and basically
> > > want a lot of regular files. More or less portable, userland side doesn't
> > > require much glue. Has a nice local caching and as the result bad for any
> > > RPC-style uses.
> > And the only one that works when r/w mounted on localhost.
> Wrong. Trivial example: filesystem that doesn't cache data (and has no
I meant only one from the list. NFS certainly has mmap, and others
have it, too...
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