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SubjectRe: [NFS] Re: Will NFSv4 be accepted?
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>>>>> " " == marius aamodt eriksen <marius@umich.edu> writes:

> and let's not forget such things as getting rid of the
> representation of users as UIDs over the wire, as well as
> delegations (i.e. better caching == better performance), named
> (extended) attributes support, soon-to-come interoperability
> with a vast array of operating systems, etc. etc.

Right. I wasn't saying that NFSv4 doesn't have anything going for
it. Just that Kerberos isn't the killer argument: it can easily be
integrated with earlier versions of NFS (and in fact Andy and I had
the basic Linux version running on NFSv3 in February *before* it was
tested for NFSv4).

IMHO the main argument for NFSv4 is the improved support for WANs.

Cheers,
Trond
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