Subject: Re: NSF oddities
To: Michael Graff <>
From: Chris G. Demetriou <cgd@nobozo.CS.Berkeley.EDU>
List: current-users
Date: 11/17/1993 04:10:11
> Two problems with two totally seperate systems, but the two might be related.
> At home my roomate NFS mounts my /usr.  I nfs mount /home from his box.
> (short on space  ;)  (both systems are a slightly old -current version)
> When I ``cd /home'' and ``pwd'' I get something back like
> ``/kern/home/explorer'' -- this is bad!
> Both machines are config'd as NFSSERVER and NFSCLIENT.  The fix we are using
> us umount /kern shortly after boot...

this, at least, is a known bug, which i've got a fix for buried in
my mailboxes...

> The next one is junkbox, which runs -current.  I NFS mount several Ultrix
> 4.3a-based systems.  On the Ultrix side, a lot of ``RFS DISPATCH ERRORS, NO
> REPLY'' messaes are given.  A lot.  Like all the time when compiling.
> Also, /usr/lib/ is ln'd to /usr/lib/ when
> installing libterm.  However, this fails totally...  it seems that a simple 
> ``rm /usr/lib/'' does not work!  I had to log onto the NFS
> server and rm it there...
> And NFS leave junk files on the server a lot -- .nfs1234565.4 all over the
> place...

this, however, is alien to me...