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Re: Linux NFS client, NetBSD server, locking problems?

On Nov 19, 2009, at 2:20 AM, Matthias Scheler wrote:

> On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 04:04:38PM +0200, Teemu Rinta-aho wrote:
>> I am running a NetBSD 5.0 server and when I mount my home directory
>> to Linux (Ubuntu 9.10) over NFS, I need to specify the "nolock"
>> option to disable remote locking.
> Do you have the following settings in "/etc/rc.conf" on your NetBSD server?
> rpcbind=YES
> mountd=YES
> nfs_server=YES
> lockd=YES

Yes I do.

>> Has anyone figured out where the problem is?
> NFS locking seems to work for me. Based on passed experiences(*) I would
> expected that my Mac OS X NFS client complains otherwise.
>       Kind regards
> (*)

I installed Firefox on my Macbook (running OS X 10.6.2), and when I
run it with the same profile from my NFS home directory as from Linux,
I see no problems so far. So, it looks like a client-side problem.

I was hoping it to be a NetBSD problem because for some reason they
seem to get fixed quicker :-)


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