Now available: The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System (Second Edition)
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1 $NetBSD: README,v 1.3 2007/04/08 13:50:51 gdt Exp $ 2 3 Coda is a distributed filesystem. It is derived from AFS, but 4 supports disconnected operation, both reading and writing. This 5 directory contains the interface between the VFS layer and a 6 user-space program ("venus") that implements the client part of Coda. 7 The interface is similar to puffs(9) in many respects. 8 9 Coda servers do not need kernel support. 10 11 For information on Coda, see 12 http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu 13 14 As of April 2007, Coda is not quite stable enough for demanding 15 production use, but is usable by those who are willing to deal with 16 problems. Help can be obtained via the list firstname.lastname@example.org. 17 18 As of April 2007, pkgsrc/net/coda\* is old, and gdt recommends running 19 code from Coda's CVS. 20 21 As of April 2007, the kernel code has not been tested on 64-bit 22 architectures. It runs on i386 and has previously been tested on 23 sparc. 24
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