On Tue, 19 Sep 2006, Kae Verens wrote:
> or just avoid NFS altogether, if possible.
Avoid *bad* NFS *implementations*, you mean, surely? Particularly
> unfortunately, there don't seem to be many replacements for it...
> and I am definitely not the only person it has happened to:
And others don't. There are a good few free NFS server
implementations to choose from if you're having problems with any one
of them (one of the non-Linux implementations has a particularly good
reputation for NFS...).
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