[Beowulf] automount on high ports
Perry E. Metzger
perry at piermont.com
Wed Jul 2 10:30:14 EDT 2008
Henning Fehrmann <henning.fehrmann at aei.mpg.de> writes:
>> Which corresponds exactly to the maximum achievable mounts of 358 right
> 359 ;)
> If the number of mounts is smaller the ports are randomly used in this range.
> It would be convenient to enter the insecure area.
> Using the option insecure for the NFS exports is apparently not
Well, no, it isn't. The server doesn't control what the client
does. The "insecure" option only says the server will accept such
connections -- you have to tell the client to make them. On BSD and
Solaris that's easy, but on Linux you need to hack the kernel. I have
just sent a message explaining how do do that. Note that I still don't
think this is your problem, but you might as well check.
Perry E. Metzger perry at piermont.com
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