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Old 02-22-2012, 10:42 PM   #1
shreyas08
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Fuse not getting getxattr call over NFS


Hi All,

I have mounted fuse over a folder which is later being exported via NFS.

Following are my observations:
1) When fuse is unmounted and tried to access the nfs exported folder from remote machine, getxattr calls are properly visible.

2) When fuse is mounted and tried to access the nfs exported folder from remote machine, getxattr calls are not received at fuse end and hence no further processing can be done.

Has anybody ever faced such issue?
I am running RHEL5 with 2.6.18 kernel.
 
  


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