kernel 2.6.4 and nfs lockd.udpport?
From: Jan Kesten
Date: Mon Mar 29 2004 - 04:59:49 EST
I'm running a 2.6.4 kernel with compiled in nfs support. I have to tie the
used ports because there is a firewall to gro through. mountd, statd and
rquotad are just fine, I can change ports after booting, no problem. But not
for lockd (or nlockmgr), since AFAIK this must be done with boot parameters.
I read the docs and found that the parameters sould be lockd.udpport and
lockd.tcpport=xxx - but this doesn't work. While booting I got errors that
both are unknown boot options.
Where is my mistake?
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