Heads Up: NFS clients can now fail "mount -u -o udp..."
imb at protected-networks.net
Wed Jan 25 22:55:05 UTC 2012
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On 01/25/12 17:44, Craig Rodrigues wrote:
> If a user boots with an NFS root mount, and does not specify
> UDP or TCP, what is the default transport protocol used?
> If I user does: "mount -t nfs ...." or "mount_nfs ...."
> from the command-line, and does not specify UDP or TCP, what is the
> default transport protocol used?
> I would like to see the default become TCP in both cases.
> It would solve a lot of "FreeBSD out of the box" problems when interacting
> with more modern NFS servers.
The default is TCP,
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