The May 1991 issue of Sun's Software Technical Bulletin has an article onQuote:(Sherwood Botsford) writes:
> We have two computers set up as file servers for user's home directories. One
> is a sun, and one is a nextstation. [...]
> ==> How do I tinker so that file serving speeds up.
I recommend that you read the article for yourself, as the above summary
is very sketchy.
Anne. (System Administrator for Maxwell, Rigel, Pauli, and their clients)
Ms. Anne Bennett, Computing Services, Concordia University, Montreal H3G 1M8
I am having trouble mounting a file system on my linux box. I have tried
to use either BW-NFS or PC-NFS on several PC's to mount a machine running
Linux (1.1.18). I have portmapper running along with mountd , and either
PC-NFS or BW-NFS daemons.
I try to map d: to a file system that is in my exports file and the PC hangs.
Has anyone seen this problem. I am able to use telnet and ping from these
machines but NFS is not working.
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