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[Discuss] nfs hard links

Bill Bogstad <bogstad at> writes:

> Which as of the 1995 version 3 RFC, clearly defines LINK and SYMLINK
> protocol commands.   Unfortunately, it also documents that some
> servers might not support LINK or even SYMLINK and introduces a FSINFO
> command that a client can use to determine ahead of time if a server
> supports these or other features.   So the real answer is "it depends"
> on your local implementation.   See

    Yes, well, there's always room for that :)

    I still have un-fond memories of a certain platform whose
implementation of nfsv3 mknod() was panic().

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