On 18 Dec 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Since proc can be NULL and most of the other code in nfs_socket
> handles it I do think this actually is the right thing to do.
> Comments?

        I'm more concerned with whether it's actually normal for the process
  pointer to be NULL in the first place. Is this the case? And if so, why
  is nfs_msg() being called with this pointer being passed in in the first

> /assar

  Bosko Milekic

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