Number: 99

Date: 17-Mar-84  0':14':28

Submitter: le.pasa

Source: Syntelligence

Subject: NS file server should support Random Access capability

Lisp Version: 

Description: Interlisp-D was designed around a random-access file system.  To deny software developers a local file system AND random access on a Xerox product fileserver is outrageous.  They demand some form of random access capability before this summer'
Date':  4 Apr 84 17':13 PST'
99': This is two problems': (1) Want Product file server to support random access.  This is an AR for the file server folks, but we might keep a copy of it anyway, attn Lisp management.  (2) Want Lisp to cope with non-random access file server, e.g., by caching files locally.  This is Operating System/File system, Perhaps/Hard/Serious/Design Impl, Attn vanMelle.'


Test Case: 

Edit-By: Sannella.PA

Edit-Date:  5-Apr-84 11':41':20

Attn: Lisp

Assigned To: 



System: Communications

Subsystem: Lisp Servers



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Memory Size: 

File Server: 

Server Software Version: 


Frequency: Everytime

Impact: Fatal

Priority: Unlikely

Status: Open

Problem Type: Design - Impl

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