Subject: Re: Summary of /etc/rc*
To: None <>
From: L. Todd Masco <>
List: amiga
Date: 09/12/1994 22:20:26
(Sorry, something I forgot to address)

In article <Pine.SUN.3.90.940912184822.19817C-100000@xochi>,
Charles Ewen MacMillan <ilixi@Tezcat.Com> wrote:
> Although the stop argument feature might be useful for a few daemons
>(I cannot see nfs being one of them however, as the drives must be umounted
>from the clients)

If you meant from the server end: NFS is stateless, so as long as the
clients are not actively using the drives, they should be fine.  If
you meant from the clients, then that's the sort of thing that you
would put into the NFS shutdown script: umount and then kill the
L. Todd Masco  | "Hide, witch, hide!  The good folk come to burn thee, their  |  keen enjoyment hid behind a gothic mask of duty." -JS/BATE