> [ cut to -current; 3 groups is definite overkill, Charles! :( ]
> > Its been my impression that the NFS on FreeBSD went really downhill between
> > 0612 and 0801 ... I've been having all sorts of annoying pauses and glitches
> > to a RS/6000 as well, but nothing nearly as bad as to the sparc.
> You'd be right in that impression - NFS clientry is now one of the
> easiest way to crash yourself in -current.
Uh, why is it that my news server, which NFS serves the spool to some 30
clients, doesn't blow up? :-)
2.2-Current from about 8/22 of this year is the load I'm using.
> > Hints anyone?
> Find us an NFS guru with a little free time? :-) The #1 problem with
> FreeBSD and NFS isn't a technical one, it's a personnel problem. The
> number of people who truly understand that code can literally be
> counted on one hand, and all of them are in high demand. :-(
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