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SubjectRe: Even slower NFS mounting with 2.4.0
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Christian Ullrich writes:
> About three weeks ago, I complained loudly about very slow NFS mounts
> involving a 2.2.17 server and a 2.2.18 client.
>
> Today, I complain loudly about *extremely* slow NFS mounts
> with the very same server and the same client now running 2.4.0.

In all cases, you need to either:

1. Provide the option "nolock" to turn of NFS file locking (which means
that things like elm can't lock mailboxes and will get upset if the
mailboxes are on a NFS partition).

2. before running the mount command:
a) make sure the loopback interface is up and running
b) ensure that the portmapper (called portmap or rpc.portmap) is
running.
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