Feature changed by: Anja Stock (Neyleah)
Feature #315589, revision 11
- Title: Deprecate bind-mount configuration with NFSv4 export
+ Title: [BETA 1] Deprecate bind-mount configuration with NFSv4 export
Requested by: Neil Brown (neilbrown)
Partner organization: openSUSE.org
When NFSv4 was introduced it was not possible to export filesystems to
NFSv4 the same way as for NFSv3. The "bind=" syntax was added to
/etc/exports to help bridge the gaps.
With current kernel and nfs-utils this is no longer an issue. By
default any filesystem that is exported is exported equally to NFSv2,
v3, and v4. So we should deprecate the "bind=" syntax and eventually
1) yasts nfs-server module should remove knowledge of "Bindmount
targets". The "bind=..." option should just be treated like any other
2) yasts nfs-server module should not encourage the "fsid=0" export
option. Like "bind=" it must still be permitted, but it should be
considered and exception rather than normal.
3) Yasts nfs-server help screens should remove mention of "bind=" and
4) Any documentation that mentioned nfs export, such as
should be changed to remove mention of bind= and fsid=, and should not
make any distinciton between NFSv4 and NFSv3.
Admin Guide, net_nfs.xml
1) start yast2-nfs-server 2) try to create a NFS4 enabled export 3)
fsid=0 and / or bind= options should NOT be present in provided default
configuration 4) try to mount the export remotely
Business case (Partner benefit):
: Simplifies administration, reduces possible confusion,
remove unnecessary difference between SUSE and other distros.
#3: Lukas Ocilka (locilka) (2013-08-23 12:39:57)
Michal, this rather seems to be a low-hanging fruit. Please, proceed.
#4: Michal Filka (mfilka) (2014-01-24 11:19:02)
no done yet. Postponed due to work on refactoring yast2-network and new