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# status starting to become useable. # intro this package contains nfssrv and nfsfs, an nfs server and client, for inferno and written in limbo. it uses and comes with a library for parsing/packing nfs protocol messages. a portmapper and mnt service is included too. only nfs version 3 is supported, and only the operations that make sense on inferno (e.g. no (sym)links or special files). see the manual pages for more information. # install first install "util". modify mkconfig if you don't have $ROOT set. now "mk install" to compile and install the files. when building from within inferno, insert SYSHOST=Inferno and ROOT= in the mk invocations to override the values in the mkconfig. # latest version the latest version can be found at: http://www.ueber.net/code/r/nfssrv # licence & author all files are in the public domain. this code has been written by mechiel lukkien, reachable at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. # todo - nfsfs: determine if we need to do some verification (cookies) - nfsfs: should we use restricted ports? - nfssrv: don't allow creates with createverf? or implement the verifier-in-metadata dance. - nfssrv: implement worker threads and allow responding to messages out of order? - nfssrv: rpc message should hold source address (ip, port, proto) - nfssrv: always put qid.path in file handle? for non-qidpath-mode, we can verify the file hasn't been renamed. - nfssrv: find out why openbsd does lookup for each file in readdirplus. we already send attributes and file handle. it seems openbsd gets confused with committed writes as well, rewriting part of the writes with immediate syncing...