[erlang-questions] Erlang NFS client

Tony Rogvall tony@REDACTED
Sat Dec 8 12:12:18 CET 2012

Just a historical note.

This code was initially written by me. With improvements by Martin Björklund,
Luke Gorrie wrote the NFS  examples. Later the code was "stolen" by Sendmail.

I was really upset when I heard that Sendmail had put copyright on "my" code, 
the reason was very business driven "The boss decided that we had to do it" :-)

(anyone with the more info about this could fill in the embarrassing facts)

I will probably steel it back again, but for now just ignore the Copyright.

Well well


On 8 dec 2012, at 10:58, Max Lapshin <max.lapshin@REDACTED> wrote:

> Hi.
> I've took code from jungerl ( https://github.com/msantos/erpcgen is actual copy on github), generated stub code for mount3 and nfs_prot3 protocols and written a small wrapper around them.
> It works like a charm. Erlang can work with remote NFS storage (such as enterprise NAS) faster and better than kernel driver.
> For example scanning whole remote directory is done in async manner which is much faster than plain find /mount/remote -type f
> https://github.com/maxlapshin/nfs3
> Thanks for erpcgen!
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