Just fyi, rpc.lockd isn't NFS. It is a separate protocol Sun called NLM and
I didn't ever implement it for what I believed were good reasons.
Hopefully someone who works with the code can help.
Btw, if you don't the locks visible to multiple clients concurrently, you can
just do your mounts with "nolockd" and avoid running it.
Or, you can switch to NFSv4, which does a reasonable job of implementing

I might take a look at the code, in case I can spot something obvious, but I
won't bet on it.


From: Michael Butler <i...@protected-networks.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 4, 2017 8:57:44 AM
To: freebsd-current; Rick Macklem
Subject: post ino64: lockd no runs?

It seems that {rpc.}lockd no longer runs after the ino64 changes on any
of my systems after a full rebuild of src and ports. No log entries
offer any insight as to why :-(

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