NFS Version 3 for Linux Project?

NFS Version 3 for Linux Project?

Post by bad » Sat, 30 Sep 1995 04:00:00

Hi all,

This semester I am taking a LANs course at my University and I need to do
a project (of my choosing) at part of this course.

The two alternatives I am looking at are: Writing a nfs version 3 support
for Linux or a NFS benchmark suite (of which i think there are already enough

Is there already someone working on NFS version 3 support for Linux? If so,
please get in touch with me ASAP. It is acceptable for me to have a partner
in this project and it would make the coding more bearable, especialy if
has already layed the groundwork.

If not, could someone please point me to the nfs version 2 and version 3
docs/specs so that I can evaluate this idea.



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