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CLUNK(9P)							     CLUNK(9P)

NAME
       clunk - forget about a fid

SYNOPSIS
       size[4] Tclunk tag[2] fid[4]
       size[4] Rclunk tag[2]

DESCRIPTION
       The  clunk request informs the file server that the current file	repre-
       sented by fid is	no longer needed by the	client.	 The  actual  file  is
       not removed on the server unless	the fid	had been opened	with ORCLOSE.

       Once  a	fid has	been clunked, the same fid can be reused in a new walk
       or attach request.

       Even if the clunk returns an error, the fid is no longer	valid.

ENTRY POINTS
       Clunk transactions are generated	by fsclose and fsunmount (see and  in-
       directly	by other actions such as failed	fsopen calls.

								     CLUNK(9P)

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