[OpenAFS] MS Word crashing when opening files, 1.5.27
Rodney M. Dyer
Thu, 29 Nov 2007 15:37:51 -0500
At 10:59 AM 11/29/2007, Jeffrey Altman wrote:
>Therefore, if you are providing files to be used simply as read only
>templates, they should be stored in AFS in a manner that indicates to
>the AFS client that they are in fact readonly so that the cache manager
>knows it is safe to fake the locks locally.
One small question. Historically, in virtually all DOS/Win PC networking
environments, the file attribute "r" was also recognized by applications as
meaning "read-only" (whole file), even if it is just "advisory" to the
network client. What does AFS do in this situation, if anything at all, or
is that still the applications responsibility to recognize the "r" attribute?