The linux network admins guide has a chapters on both, and
is available in both online & printed versions (O'Reilly).
It has little or no reference to other vendors implementations
On Pungenday, the 26th day of The Aftermath, Cormac McClean argued:
> >would anyone be able to point me in the right direction for
> >documentation on implementing NFS and NIS. ??
> >I'm hoping to use mostly Linux but I want to be aware of any
> >inconsistencies in various vendors implementations.
>> There is the O'Reilly book, Managing NFS and NIS, by Hal Stern
> (Published 1992) which provides comprehensive information
> for NFS/NIS on general UNIX systems.
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