Hello all, another question:
One of the GPFS features is that, after the intial grant of a file token to a requesting daemon by a token manager, competing daemons would be referred by the token manager to the daemons holding the token currently, thus the token manager has not to resolve this.
However, nowadays the requirement is gone that client daemons of separate clusters must be able to contact each other even in the case they remotely mount the same file system from a third cluster.
That means, these daemons cannot resolve token conflicts. How is that handled? Does it mean the token manager routes the client messages?