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4.7 Synchronous modifying operations Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
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4.7 Synchronous modifying operations

4.7 Synchronous modifying operations

Data-modifying operations in the NFS version 3 protocol are synchronous. When a procedure returns to the client, the client can assume that the operation has completed and any data associated with the request is now on stable storage.

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