Now way! That would kill performance.
The application writes into the pagecache. The nfs client, possibly
using the helper thread like rpciod write asynchronously to the
server. Data is only flushed on close or fsync or memory presure
I have only a passing knowledge of this stuff though. I trust Trond
will correct me is I say anything really silly.
> Or is this one of thost thing that are now done differently?
I think it was always this way.
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