Direct ceph mount on desktops

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Back when I was battline Octopus, I had problems getting ganesha's NFS
to work reliably. I resolved this by doing a direct (ceph) mount on my
desktop machine instead of an NFS mount.

I've since been plagued by ceph "laggy OSD" complaints that appear to
be due to a non-responsive client and I'm suspecting that the client in
question is the desktop machine when it's suspended while the ceph
mount is in effect.

So the question is: Should ceph native mounts be used on general client
machines which may hibernate or otherwise go offline?
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