File changes propagating in older snapshots: what am I doing wrong?

Tomohiro Kusumi kusumi.tomohiro at
Sat Apr 8 15:13:36 PDT 2017

I'm just making a comment on dillon@'s reply, that a slave has no
inode at all until the initial syncing (and also documented nowhere).

2017-04-09 1:05 GMT+03:00  <tech_lists at>:
>> A slave PFS doesn't even have a PFS root inode till it's
>> once sync'd with a master.
>> Until then one can't really do anything with it
>> (can't even cd), but no document explains this.
> I'm not sure I'm understanding, but just to make sure I explained everything correctly: the PFSs with the 0x0000000000000000 ID listed among snapshot are not slaves, they are masters.

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