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systemd

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Hi all, I found very useful this wiki, but it is not covering the case of a systemd based gentoo system:

  • nfsd prerequisite services: openrc manages all the nfsd prerequisites correctly, under systemd instead the services have to be enabled explicitly;
  • nfsd options: under openrc the config file /etc/conf.d/nfs is correctly managed by openrc, under systemd it is not, I had to alter the corresponding systemd service to have similar behaviour.

I realize that maybe this topic should be addressed also to the systemd experts, but it could be convenient at least to mention the differences.

The problem imho it is that the behaviour of a gentoo system is become somewhat different depending to the init system used (openrc or systemd).

Best regards

Giampiero

— The preceding comment was added by Zio-lupo (talkcontribs) 11 January 2015

Hi, I just added some instructions how to get NFS running with systemd, according to https://www.gentoo.org/support/news-items/2015-02-02-nfs-service-changes.html

Regards, Markus

— The preceding comment was added by kaindl (talkcontribs) 30 January 2017

exports.d

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24/01/2017: net-fs/nfs-utils-1.3.4: I have /etc/exports.d/ instead of /etc/exports I am not sure if they are related.. so I used the /etc/exports file cheers, BW

— The preceding comment was added by Bw (talkcontribs) 24 January 2017

See man 5 exports and http://www.portagefilelist.de/site/query/listPackageFiles/?category=net-fs&package=nfs-utils&version=1.3.4&do#result --Charles17 (talk) 14:13, 24 January 2017 (UTC)