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    SubjectRe: KNFSD and autofs..
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    John,

    I can do the following:

    >kexporfs harpo:/misc/cd
    >mount harpo:/misc/cd /mnt/tmp
    >ls tmp
    COPYING README SRPMS TRANS.TBL

    The problem is that the export will make /misc/cd busy so autofs
    will not be able to unmount /misc/cd until I un-export it.

    Allen

    >>>John Fulmer said:
    > I have a problem to report on KNFSD with 2.1.126 (and maybe earlier,
    > this is the first kernel I've had on this system...) and autofs.
    >
    > I just got a spiffy older NEC 4x4 4 cd changer and put it in my linux
    > machine I use for my file server. I setup autofs to map each cd to a
    > different directory point and autochange the cd's when those directories
    > are accessed. Works slick on the system itself and when exported under
    > samba.
    >
    > However, when I try to export the same directories under KNFS (with the
    > latest linux-nfs tools), it tends to give a lot of errors and segfaults
    > (and oopses) rpc.mountd. Otherwise NFS works great (problems with lockd,
    > but that's probably a config error).
    >
    > I know this is not more information, but I mostly want to know who needs
    > to know this, what information they want, and how I can help.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > jf
    >
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