Subject: Re: NFS mounts
To: Frank van der Linden , C Kane <>
From: Segmentation Violation. Core dumped. <>
List: current-users
Date: 12/17/1998 10:23:01
Frank van der Linden sez:
 * Each mount point gets its own socket/port. This does indeed give
 * a limitation, as there are a limited number of reserved ports
 * available (< 1024). Then again, why would you want to use so many
 * mounts at the same time?

Easily done if you happen to use an automounter.  Doesn't every
mount under /home count as a separate mount point?

 * - Frank

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