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Bug#629543: new patch, with no external blockers

2011/6/28 Robert Millan <rmh@debian.org>:
> Here's a new patch, with some final cleanup, and which doesn't
> have any external blockers anymore.  The extra functions in
> #629543 and #630843 are patched in untill glibc (or whatever
> else) can provide them.
> Would someone like to review this?

Btw, I was thinking that some kind of split might be necessary if
we don't want to force mount_nfs users to run nfsd when they
install the client utility.

If I'm identifying the programs correctly, we have:

server-only binaries: nfsd, mountd
client-only binaries: mount_nfs, nfsiod
common binaries: rpc.statd, rpc.lockd

Is this correct?

If it is, I would suggest a split like:


since a server probably doesn't want to waste memory on
nfsiod either.


Robert Millan

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