On Thu, Dec 10, 2015, at 07:37, Rick Macklem wrote:
> Hi,
> Mark has reported a problem via email where the nfsuserd daemon sees
> requests coming from an IP# assigned to the machine instead of
> Here's a snippet from his message:
>   Ok, I have Plex in a jail and when I scan the remote NFS file share the
>   *local* server's nfsuserd spams the logs.
> Spamming the logs refers to the messages nfsuserd generates when it gets
> a request from an address other than
> I think the best solution is to switch nfsuserd over to using an AF_LOCAL
> socket like the gssd uses, but that will take a little coding and
> probably
> won't be MFCable.
> I've sent him the attached patch to try as a workaround.
> Does anyone happen to know under what circumstances the address
> gets replaced?
> And do you know if it will always be replaced with the same
> address?
> (I'm basically wondering if the workaround needs to be a list of IP
> addresses
>  instead of a single address?)
> Thanks in advance for any help with this, rick

I've opened a PR per your request


  Mark Felder
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