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SubjectRe: NFS as a module / kerneld question
In, article <>,
Peter Desnoyers <> writes:
> If you never use NFS (which I assume is the case, since you're talking about
> auto-removing the nfs module) then those processes are indeed going to go
> to sleep and never wake up. That's because you're *not using them*.
But what if you _did_ use them (the NFS module was autoloaded, remember?),
but not any more (which is why you'd want the kernel/kerneld to auto-remove

IMHO, two of those for each NFS mount (up to some maximum, or whatever)
would be much better than a fixed number of four.

NB, is anybody working on a multithreaded server? "nfsd 4" is read-only. :-(

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