Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 125241
there's no simple way to control all NFS-related services at once
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:44 EST
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Description of problem:
nfs-utils installs 5 different services in /etc/init.d
If a sysadmin wants to start/stop/enable/disable NFS, all services
have to be acted upon, plus portmap. That's 6 services, and i'm not
sure if there aren't some more. This is overkill.
There should be one, two at most, services to be tweaked using the
chkconfig and service commands.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.just try to start/stop/enable/disable NFS
Although I do think you have a valid point.... its getting
harder and harder to decouple NFS from the system, its not
something we will be spending much time on. Now if a tool
suddenly appears that eases the administration of NFS,
that would be something of intrest....