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I am seeing some strangeness here.  When running 2.4.18 NFS mounting 
FROM Solaris 2.7 using '/net -hosts' to get the Solaris /net/<hostname>
mounting, it seems that it requires CONFIG_NFS_V3 to do the
/net/<hostname> mount, even if the mount takes place using NFSV2. NFSV2
/net/<hostname> mounts from a Linux server works fine. Manually
mounting from Solaris 2.7 using the 'mount' command also works fine with
NFSV2. It only seems that the amd '/net -hosts' is broken because
Solaris is only talking TCP/IP during the initial mount request.

Is this a kernel or amd issue?

Mitch


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