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Re: nfsiso



On Wed, 2010-08-11 at 15:23 -0400, R P Herrold wrote:
> I use it and see and respond to reports of people using it 
> needing suptort getting it going [usually a bad export or 
> re-export on the images side] over in CentOS space.
> Not technically Fedora, but stuff flows downhill, and if it 
> disappears upstream, and does NOT disappear later below, all 
> that one has done is forked a support load.  As such, I 
> anticipate that a removal in F implies an intent for a removal 
> everywhere
> That said, I can and will live without NFS-ISO so long as an 
> anon FTP based install remains possible

What is the driver for considering its removal?
Would single-port, NFSv4-only support reduce issues?


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