Subject: Re: TCP NFS mounts of swap/root ?
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From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/30/1998 12:31:56
[ On Fri, October 30, 1998 at 17:50:49 (+0100), Matthias Drochner wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: TCP NFS mounts of swap/root ?
> I once compared the NFS performances and found UDP
> transport slightly faster than TCP (on a local, non-lossy network).
> So I don't use TCP even if available.
Neither do I, though primarily because none of the clients (diskless or
otherwise) that I have, including NetBSD-1.3.x and BSD/OS 1.1, can
survive if a TCP mounted NFS server reboots.
> And: You can change it later via "mount -u".
That's good to know!
Greg A. Woods
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