On 09/02/18 08:25, nicolas.mail...@laposte.net wrote:

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De: "Terry Barnaby"

it was important to get the data to disk it would have been using
fsync(), FS sync, or some other transaction based app
??? Many people use NFS NAS because doing RAID+Backup on every client is too 
expensive. So yes, they *are* using NFS because it is important to get the data 
to disk.


Yes, that is why I said some people would be using "FS sync". These people would use the sync option, but then they would use "sync" mount option, (ideally this would be set on the NFS client as the clients know they need this). Personally we use rsync via a rsync server or over ssh for backups like this as NFS sync would be far too slow and rsync provides an easy incremental mode plus other benefits.
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