Be warned: the kernel nfs server is not bug free. I've reported the problem
below to the kernel people a long time ago but have received no
acknowledgement. Perhaps it got lost down a black hole.
I've installed 2.2.9 on two Debian/Linux potato machines as well as the
kernel nfs daemons and am getting really weird behaviour for one of my
directories (not created by me but by a package). I can reproduce the effect
Enter the following commands on the server:
chmod o-rwx x
chmod g-rwx x
chmod g+s x
ls -l x says that foo exists. If I now go to a client, and ls -l x, nothing
shows up. I can remove x/foo on the client and recreate it on the client but
still nothing shows up. If I now chmod g+x on the client, ls -l x shows that
foo exists. If I now chmod g-x on the client, ls -l x shows that foo exists.
If I create x on the client, everything works OK.
If I run the user level nfsd, everything works OK.
I guess that this is a problem at the knfsd end.
Rgds, Andy Chittenden
Email: Andrew.Chittenden@madge.com Fax: +44 1753 661011
WAVE Development, Madge Networks Ltd
Wexham Springs, Framewood Road, Wexham, Slough SL3 6PJ, England
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anders Hammarquist [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: 29 May 1999 16:05
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: knfsd
> > On Fri, May 28, 1999 at 04:48:06PM -0400, Brian Ristuccia wrote:
> > > Has anyone packaged up the control utilities for knfsd yet?
> > There's a knfs package version 1.2-1 for i386 and alpha in
> > projects/experimental.
> And 1.3.1-1 (i386 & alpha) has been sitting in Incoming a couple of
> weeks waiting to get installed into potato
> -- Of course I'm crazy, but that doesn't mean I'm wrong.
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