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Re: is nfsv4 working on fc6?



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Wolfgang S. Rupprecht wrote:
>
> Using your line as an example, and merging options in one by one, it
> turns out that the "fsid=0" was the missing piece.  Adding that option
> allowed the partition to be mounted.
>
> This seems like a documentation problem at least, or perhaps even a
> nfs4 problem where the built-in defaults aren't adequate for running a
> vanilla nfs4 server.
>
> -wolfgang

No, my documentation explains this.

http://www.brennan.id.au/19-Network_File_System.html#nfs4

"The most important configuration setting here is the "fsid=0" option
which tells the server that this is the pseudofilesystem and that all
other directories are contained within this one"

NFS vers 3 and 4 are completely different, particularly on the
server's export side. The fsid=0 option establishes the initial
pseudofilesystem, without that all NFS4 exports will fail.

You can not use NFS3 default options for NFS4 and expect it to work.

I'm glad you got it going.

Cheers,
Miles
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