File changes propagating in older snapshots: what am I doing wrong?
thomas.nikolajsen at mail.dk
Tue Apr 11 10:58:55 PDT 2017
>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.
It is actually described in hammer manual page, hammer.8, see below.
There is also hint in HAMMER manual page, where we have a better description of slave PFS usage IMO.
But we could use a more complete description of HAMMER usage; you are welcome to write it.
- 'man hammer'
pfs-slave dirpath [options]
You will not be able to access a slave
PFS until you have completed the first mirroring operation with
it as the target (its root directory will not exist until then).
- 'man HAMMER'
The /home/pfs/slave link is unusable for as long as no mirroring opera-
tion has taken place.
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