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SubjectRe: nfs v3 (fwd)
I hate to say it, but NFS on Linux has been the worst thing I've every had to
deal with since SLS was the only person on the hill. Every now and then I
give it a go and try to read through the v2/v3/v29384 tangle of packages and
documentation for building/using. Nobody has a usable set of documentation
for "current" NFS. If you want NFS, use somebodies pre-cooked design.

-d

"Albert D. Cahalan" wrote:

> For the benefit of some disbelievers, here we go again, just today.
> Somebody, not be be named, was caught jumping ship due to NFS.
>
> -----
> >>> What version of nfs supproted in last stable FreeBSD ?
> >>> The v2 only or v3 too?
> >>
> >> What an odd question to ask... let me guess, Linux 2.2.xx is giving
> >> you trouble and you don't know that a fix is available?
> >
> > :) yes, sure. You are right.
> > Do you know some way to solve it ?
> -----
>
> Unfortunately, not everybody gets help like this person did.
> The people posting in public are the tip of an iceberg.

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'committed'."


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