Subject: None
To: der Mouse <mouse@Collatz.McRCIM.McGill.EDU>
From: Perry E. Metzger <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 11/22/1995 15:28:29
der Mouse writes:
> > the fact is, while NFS is bloody useful, you can get by without using
> > it in many environments.  (*chuckle* and some would say "you
> > should.")
> _I_ think that if NetBSD's NFS implementation doesn't work, it should
> be removed.  Whether it's good or not, if it doesn't work, it shouldn't
> pretend to.

Its not the NFS that is a problem -- its the VM system. Since the VM
subsystem doesn't work, I say that people should work to remove it :)

Seriously, is no one willing to stand up and say "I shall fix the VM
system"? Even for a bottle of The Macallan? :)