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Jan
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comment How to tell mount.nfs to use rpcbind v3 or v4, instead of the older v2 (ie. portmapper)?
Thanks, but this is not my point, as explained in my original post I'm looking for a way to set rpcbind version. In your sample above, this is the NFS version that is specified.
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comment How to tell mount.nfs to use rpcbind v3 or v4, instead of the older v2 (ie. portmapper)?
Thanks Nils, I confirm that v3/v4 extend the API, mainly to be able to return an IP address along the TCP/UDP port (simplifying), and this is what I'd like: that the mount.nfs retrieves the needed port using one of those versions, as the actual NFS & Mount servers are not located on the same box than the portmapper/rpcbind server. As an example, when one uses "rpcinfo <serverIp>", this is v3 that is used, as shown by the output listing IPs along ports, while "rpcinfo -p <serverIP>" uses v2 and retrieves ports only.
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asked How to tell mount.nfs to use rpcbind v3 or v4, instead of the older v2 (ie. portmapper)?
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