ClusterNFS on sourceforge. So
> PS: What I really want to know (which I'll hopefully glean from the
> code/URL when located) is:
> - was this a user-space or kernel-space implementation of NFS
> - how much mission it'll be to get the same (or similar) functionality
> on a 2.4 kern.
Not if I can help it. All the functionality you need already exists.
Each client mounts a common root filesystem.
A very early rc script mounts a per-client filesystem on
The rc script can use hostname or IP address or MAC address or
whatever it wants to choose the actual filesystem to mount:
mount -t nfs -o nolocks server:/clientfilesys/`hostname` /perclient
Then any file that needs to be per-client becomes a symlink into
About the only thing that this doesn't work for is files the are
unlinked and re-created often. I suspect if there are any of those
there is a workable solution.
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