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SubjectRe: svc: unknown program 100227 (me 100003)
Thus spake Harald Dunkel (harri@synopsys.COM):

> Maybe a stupid question, but it would be nice to know what this
> message means:
>
> fright kernel: svc: unknown program 100227 (me 100003)
>
> 'fright' is the name of the machine in question (2.4.0-test6, x86).
> I get this about 40 times per day.

That's a client requesting ACL information from nfsd on fright. SunOS does
this every mount request. Since linux doesn't have ACLs, nfsd is simply
saying "hey, i don't know what this is".

It's nothing to worry about...

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