On Thu, 09 Jan 1997 11:47:16 EST Pete Templin (email@example.com)
> What script starts the four nfsiod's that are on my stock, Debian
> 1.2 system (not upgraded from 1.1, but not necessarily 1.2.1)? How can I
> prevent them from even starting at boot time?
These are kernel threads. They're automatically started by the kernel when needed. If you don't want them, then don't use your machine as a NFS server:
- remove all entries from /etc/exports (I'm not sure this will avoid the nfsiod start)
- remove the nfs module from the kernel (look at the /etc/modules and /etc/conf.modules files).
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