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Old 09-27-2012, 12:08 AM   #1
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Is the inode64 option for xfs exported with nfs working in kernel 3.2

If you export a xfs file system formatted with inode64 with nfs you get stale nfs file handles. Does anyone know if this has been fixed in kernel 3.2? And, if not, can you mount the root of a xfs file system, so if you have an xfs file system mounted on say /data then if you export /data and have clients mount /data, will it work?

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