> >> to get pxeboot to do v3, add to /boot/loader.conf
> >> boot-nfsroot-options=“nfsv3”
> Thanks. I'm using grub for the bootloader and menu, and comparable
> entry should be:
> set kfreebsd.boot.nfsroot.options="nfsv3"
> It does not work however. mount_root hangs for a while then reverts
> to V2. I've asked about this on the grub-devel list, and will share
> the answer here.
> Would it be worth trying to pass a nolockd option for this? As you
> had stated in another thread,
> "For NFSv3 mounts, I'd suggest the nolockd option, unless you have
> multiple clients concurrently doing byte range locking on the same
> file. (With "nolockd" option on the mounts, you shouldn't need to
> run rpc.lockd, rpc.statd and that implies NFSLOCKD shouldn't be
> needed, too.)"
> Should I try this? If yes, how is it done?
Well, I thought that the root fs was remounted ("mount -u") using the
options specified in /etc/fstab for the root fs. As far as I know, putting
the "nolockd" option there should work.
> >> Just fyi, "hard" is the default and "intr" is an alternative to
> >> "hard", so I'm not sure what you get when specifying both? You
> >> should choose one or the other. (You will get "hard" for the
> >> first 2 entries.)
> Thanks. Corrected by removing both.
> Have not gotten around to trying the code yet and thanks.
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