Re: DP2: nfsiod

2002-11-25 Thread Bruce A. Mah
If memory serves me right, Robert Watson wrote: Note that the rpc.lockd support is still experimental in 5.0 for client-side locking, and as such, might not be good to enable by default. I notice that in the original message for this thread, there's reference to release documentation

RE: DP2: nfsiod

2002-11-22 Thread John Baldwin
On 22-Nov-2002 local.freebsd.current wrote: Having installed DP2 and said NO to NFS client and server in sysinstall (and there's nothing about them in /etc/rc.conf) I see four nfsiod daemons running after the first boot. Are they supposed to be there? Yes. If you have NFS client support in

RE: DP2: nfsiod

2002-11-22 Thread Robert Watson
On Fri, 22 Nov 2002, John Baldwin wrote: On 22-Nov-2002 local.freebsd.current wrote: Having installed DP2 and said NO to NFS client and server in sysinstall (and there's nothing about them in /etc/rc.conf) I see four nfsiod daemons running after the first boot. Are they supposed to be