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Re: NFS client problem (unknown nfs mount option: nfsv3)

also sprach mimo <mimo@restoel.net> [2005.08.24.1656 +0200]:
> > I can't answer this question, but we use nfs-user-server in a 40
> > node cluster and have not had any problems since switching from the
> > kernel server, which was a nightmare.
> I assume you didn't switch from kernel to user but started directly using the 
> userland one, so no experience with a switchover.

No, I started with kernel and I just apt-got the user server and it
all continued to work. Maybe I rebooted the master. I don't
remember. I definitely switched.

> > How does one test the file handle voiding?
> I dont even know what it really means...

It's like inodes over the net.

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