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SubjectRe: working userspace nfs v3 for linux?
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Followup to:  <3A00A84E.F3A1C585@holly-springs.nc.us>
By author: Michael Rothwell <rothwell@holly-springs.nc.us>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Aaron Denney wrote:
> > I am not aware of any userspace NFSv3 server. Your best bet would
> > probably to take the v2 server and mutate it. Why do you want this beast?
>
> So I can use Linux rather than Solaris 7 and the Solstice Disk Suite,
> which performs like crap thanks to UFS, and the Linux NFS v2
> implementation.
>

The point is, why not use knfsd.

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