Subject: Re: Problem with NetBSD nfs server or SunOS client ?
To: David Gilbert <email@example.com>
From: Frank van der Linden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/01/1996 14:22:35
Quoting David Gilbert,
> Anyways, to make a long story short, it stated right in the
> README that you couldn't have a unix domain socket on an nfs mounted
> directory. It went on further to say that you then needed network
> domain sockets, but that support for that was too much work for the
You can't do that between different hosts who mount the NFS file system,
nope, and I assume that this is the point that was made in that README
file. However, locally it should work; otherwise it would be impossible
to use UNIX domain sockets in a diskless setup, for example.
There seems to be some incompatibility problem between a NetBSD NFS
server and a SunOS client when it comes to this, so that's why I hoped
that people may have tried booting other OSs diskless using a NetBSD server,
so that could be established if it is a server problem for sure, or
a SunOS client quirk.