Eric Chamberland <eric.chamberl...@giref.ulaval.ca> writes:
> So, hum, do we have some sort of conclusion?
> Shall it be a fix for git to get around that lustre "behavior"?
> If something can be done in git it would be great: it is a *lot*
> easier to change git than the lustre filesystem software for a cluster
> in running in production mode... (words from cluster team) :-/
Do we know the real cause of the symptom? I did not follow the
thread carefully, but the impression I was getting was that the
filesystem is broken around EINTR, and even if you "fix"ed Git,
your other more mission critical applications will be broken by
the same filesystem behaviour, no?
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