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From: Darren Moffat (Darren.Moffateng.sun.com)
Date: Thu Feb 21 2002 - 19:32:14 CST
> It also has some restrictions since it uses WebNFS mounts you can only
> mount one filesystem from a given server - the first one shared or the one
> that is shared with the public file handle.
I hate following up to my own stuff but....
This restriction isn't correct, and came from my misunderstanding of
the public file handle. By default the public file handle is equivalent
to / on the NFS server so any shared filesystem can be accessed (subdirs
that aren't shared can't be accessed).
There is only a restriction of one filesystem if you use the public share
option to explicitly set the location of the public file handle to something
other than / - which most people don't.
-- Darren J Moffat