On Wed, 2003-08-27 at 21:10, Daniel J Walsh wrote:
Nope it eventually worked. Not sure what the hang was. I am
remote NFS machines without portmap running.
AFAIK, to mount a remote NFS share without relaying on a local portmap
daemon, you must use static port assignment for the remote rpc.nfsd and
rpc.mountd daemons. This can be achieved with:
# mount remote_machine:/share /mount_point -o
However, I haven't found a way to specify the port for the local
nfs.lockd daemon. Thus, if I want to disable portmap locally, I must
append the nolock option to the previous mount command.