Subject: Re: VPS mailing list, BSD interest?
To: Terry Lambert <email@example.com>
From: Stefan Grefen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/04/1996 13:27:47
In message <199610022145.OAA04796@phaeton.artisoft.com> Terry Lambert wrote:
> > I'm hoping to avoid somebody saying "But I don't WANT it to rearrange my
> > data, and put it on different disks automatically!". Of course, you could
> > still cut off that feature. In that event, it could still give you hints.
> Generate an event stream as a reasult of FS events, then, and export
> the stream interface.
> This is generally useful for things like "Hi, I'm a browser, tell me
> when the directory changes so I can redisplay it instead of polling
> it every 10 seconds like a Macintosh does to an AppleTalk Server".
> The events would be interpreted by a management facility with active
> components. By default, the active components would not be provided
> (ie: you want that type of behaviour, you write it).
> See the AFS documentation for more information on this type of event
> processing facility.
Or have a look at the purposed DMIG (Data Management Interface Group)
If anybody starts to implement this, count me in.
> Terry Lambert
> Any opinions in this posting are my own and not those of my present
> or previous employers.
Stefan Grefen Tandem Computers Europe Inc.
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