andy10 Absent Member.
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OPlocks

Hi there, if level 1 oplocks is disabled (Client File Caching Enabled = off) but level 2 oplocks is enabled, what is the net effect?

Would this mean that both are disabled? ie: level 1 must be enabled for level 2 to work?

I am referring to the set parameters from the server console.

Thanks,
Andy
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Re: OPlocks

Hi,

andy10 wrote:
>
> Hi there, if level 1 oplocks is disabled (Client File Caching Enabled =
> off) but level 2 oplocks is enabled, what is the net effect?
>
> Would this mean that both are disabled?


AFAIK yes.

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Mike021548141 Absent Member.
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Re: OPlocks

I have found it varied between service packs but as a rule you need to turn off both to disable L1 & L2 as you can still cache without L1 locks. See the bottom of this post for details

OpLocks on NetWare - CoolSolutionsWiki

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