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SubjectRe: Will NFSv4 be accepted?
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>>>>> " " == Dax Kelson <dax@gurulabs.com> writes:

> I for one would REALLY like to see NFSv4 (actually, Kerberized
> NFSv4 is what I'm after). I just finished setting up a
> Kerberized Solaris NFS environment with home directories
> automounted from the clients with strong user authentication.

> Frankly, the stock (non-Kerberized) NFS security model blows.

Note: The RPCSEC_GSS (and accompanying kerberos) stuff is completely
independent of NFSv4. It is still in the process of being finalized,
but when it is, it will apply to NFSv2/v3 as well as v4.

RPCSEC_GSS is not an argument for NFSv4...

Cheers,
Trond
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