Subject: Re: amd
To: None <laine@MorningStar.Com>
From: Frank van der Linden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/03/1996 10:40:26
Quoting Laine Stump,
> but when it runs, I get messages
> like the following:
> Dec 3 00:46:20 palamut amd: /homes: mount: Program version wrong
> Dec 3 00:46:20 palamut amd: mount_toplvl: Program version wrong
> Dec 3 00:46:20 palamut amd: /homes: mount (afs_cont): Program version wrong
This would mean that you're trying a v3 mount on a v2 server. Looks like
it doesn't do v3?
> Also, the os-bsd44.h that is included in the amd already in NetBSD (1.2
> release) has the following two options which don't exist in any of the
> net amd's os-*.h files:
> #define MNTOPT_NOCONN "noconn" /* accept any responder */
> #define MNTOPT_RESVPORT "resvport" /* use reserved port */
See sys/mount.h for a full list of options. It can't hurt to have them
there, check the nfs_subr.c file if they're really handled.
> Finally, the os-bsd44.h used by the NetBSD 1.2 amd has the following:
> * Need precise length symlinks.
> #define PRECISE_SYMLINKS
You do need this option, from 1.2 on at least, which contains a bugfix
concerning amd direct mounts on symlinks.