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 Re: /etc/exports format
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   15-01-03 23:08

Mike Erickson wrote:
>
> You say that all exports from a single fs must be
> exported on one line, man 5 exports says the following:
>
> ---
> Each line in the file (other than comment lines that begin
> with a #)specifies the mount point(s) and export flags within
> one local server filesystem for one or more hosts. A host
> may be specified only once for each local filesystem on the
> server and there may be only one default entry for each
> server filesystem that applies to all other hosts. The
> latter exports the filesystem to the ``world'' and should be
> used only when the filesystem contains public information.
> ---

I find the above unnecessarily difficult to comprehend. A fault easily fixed by a few practical examples. This is a fault I find common amongst many many man pages.

> I see this as allowing multiple exports on a filesystem on
> one line, but not requiring that all exports for a given file
> system must be on a single line. I have NFS exports from a
> single filesystem on multiple lines and it appears to work
> fine so far.

Have you been able to do the following on two lines?

/usr/ports /usr/ports/distfiles -maproot=0 -network 192.168.0.0 - mask 255.255.255.0

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Mike Erickson 15-01-03 21:44 
 Re: /etc/exports format   new
Dan Langille 15-01-03 23:08 
 Re: /etc/exports format   new
Mike Erickson 30-01-03 14:28 
 file system or file management   new
wijanarto 21-12-04 00:44 


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