UNFS3 is a user-space implementation of the NFSv3 server specification. It is designed to be portable to different operating systems, with built-in Linux and Solaris support.
|Tags||Networking Communications File Sharing|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Solaris Linux BSD NetBSD|
Release Notes: This release fixes compilation on more recent FreeBSD systems and incorrect filesystem size reporting when using Solaris as an NFS server.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem where a Solaris client was unable to remove a directory with rm -r if the directory was sufficiently full and READDIR and REMOVE operations were run concurrently.
Release Notes: This release fixes LOOKUP permission reporting for execute-only directories. It also improves support for clients that do open() and fchmod(..., 0) followed by read or write operations.
Release Notes: This release fixes auxiliary group support and changing the ownership of symbolic links.
Release Notes: This release fixes possible problems with Solaris 10 clients and adds an option to test the syntax of the exports file. It is also now possible to instruct the daemon to write a PID file.