Setting mount_nfs options in /etc/fstab
B.Candler at pobox.com
Thu Oct 6 07:44:51 PDT 2005
I am reading large log files via NFS, and I find that if I mount them with
mount_nfs -a 4 then performance is improved.
My question is: is there any way to set the option '-a 4' in /etc/fstab? Or
am I forced to mount the filesystems the manual way in /etc/rc.local?
mount_nfs supports a number of options via -o, many of which it describes as
"historic" and "deprecated", but they don't include something to set
readahead as far as I can see.
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