Doug Royer <Doug(at)Royer(dot)com> writes:
> The 'intr' option to NFS is not the same as EINTR. It
> it means 'if the server does not respond for a while,
> then return an EINTR', just like any other disk read()
> or write() does when it fails to reply.
No, you're thinking of 'soft'. 'intr' (which is actually a modifier
to the 'hard' setting) causes the I/O to hang until the server comes
back or the process gets a signal (in which case EINTR is returned).
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