probe::nfs.proc.commit.3stap man page

probe::nfs.proc.commit — NFS client committing data on server

Synopsis

nfs.proc.commit

Values

size

read bytes in this execution

bitmask1

V4 bitmask representing the set of attributes supported on this filesystem

prot

transfer protocol

server_ip

IP address of server

version

NFS version

offset

the file offset

bitmask0

V4 bitmask representing the set of attributes supported on this filesystem

Description

All the nfs.proc.commit kernel functions were removed in kernel commit 200baa in December 2006, so these probes do not exist on Linux 2.6.21 and newer kernels.

Fires when client writes the buffered data to disk. The buffered data is asynchronously written by client earlier. The commit function works in sync way. This probe point does not exist in NFSv2.

See Also0

tapset::nfs_proc(3stap)

Info

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