Description of problem:
This mostly a documentation problem. Anyone trying to run a purely nfsv4 system
will try to turn off all the older versions of nfs (nfs v1, v2, v3). The
startup script /etc/init.d/nfs leads one to believe that one needs to add the
following to /etc/sysconfig/nfs:
The problem is if one adds MOUNTD_NFS_V1=NO to /etc/sysconfig/nfs then
rpc.mountd fails to start up. This option is no longer valid.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 7 (also FC6)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. add MOUNTD_NFS_V1=NO to /etc/sysconfig/nfs
3. watch rpc.mountd fail to start
rpc.mountd fails to start with a a usage error printed to the screen.
rpc.mountd should start without any nfs v1 services.
This option is no longer needed as rpc.mountd no longer serves nfs-v1 anyway.
The following section in /etc/init.d/nfs should be removed and the example
/etc/sysconfig/nfs file should have this option removed. (I beleve fc6 had a
template file at /etc/sysconfig/nfs, I can't find it under F7, but that may be a
< case $MOUNTD_NFS_V1 in
< RPCMOUNTDOPTS="$RPCMOUNTDOPTS --no-nfs-version 1" ;;
I think there is some confusion here. The MOUNTD_NFS_Vx variables
control the RPC version mountd will use, not nfsd (i.e the NFS server).
Granted these option are a bit obsolete, but they do seem to
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