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Date:      Sat, 11 Aug 2012 10:43:27 -0400
From:      Fbsd8 <>
To:        Wojciech Puchar <>
Cc:, blackfriar <>
Subject:   Re: NFS within a Jail?!
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Wojciech Puchar wrote:
>>>> Now here is the KEY. No where does it say it has the "server" side 
>>>> function, only the client side.
> /usr/ports/net/unfs3
> Even if someone "proved" that it doesn't do NFS server work, i will 
> continue to use it as NFS server, because it works very well ;)

Since your the expert on unfs3 because you have it working, would you 
share some technical configuration information with us?

Such as

What statements do you have in the host:server and remote:client 
/etc/rc.conf to auto start them at boot time?

How do you disable the kernel nfs version so it don't interfere with unfs3?

What does your export file look like on both the host:server and 
remote:client sides.

Then about unfs3 performance; how many concurrent remote:clients do you 
service? Doe's access elapse time get longer as more concurrent 
remote:clients come online?

Do you run unfs3 in a jail on both the host:server and remote:client sides?

Are there any sysctl nob settings needed to make unfs3 run in a jail?

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