Re: Bug#35743: knfs: needs to replace nfs-server
On Thu 08 Apr 1999, Samuel Tardieu wrote:
> >>>>> "Anders" == Anders Hammarquist <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Anders> Now that 2.2 is out, this may be less of a concern though. So
> Anders> I'm soliciting opinions... Should knfs replace nfs-server?
> I've discussed this topic with someone doing heavy NFS operations
> between Linux machines, and he told me that knfs was much faster than
> nfsd. Any reason not to include both, and select automatically one or
> the other depending on the kernel version?
Can knfs do everything that nfsd does? I couldn't quickly locate any
info on knfs in linux/Documentation/.
In particular, features I like (and have (mis)used in the past) is
re-exporting imported NFS filesystems, and that mount points can be
traversed (i.e. export /usr, and /usr/local is also exported if that
happens to be a separate filesystem).
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