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     NAME
          nfsserver, portmapper, pcnfsd - NFS service

     SYNOPSIS
          aux/nfsserver [ rpc-options... ] [ nfs-options... ]
          aux/pcnfsd [ rpc-options... ]
          aux/portmapper [ rpc-options... ]

     DESCRIPTION
          These programs collectively provide NFS access to Plan 9
          file servers.  Nfsserver, pcnfsd, and portmapper run on a
          Plan 9 CPU server, and should be started in that order.  All
          users on client machines have the access privileges of the
          Plan 9 user `none'.  Currently only NFS version 2 is served.

          The rpc-options are all intended for debugging:

          -r       Reject: answer all RPC requests by returning the
                   AUTH_TOOWEAK error.

          -v       Verbose: show all RPC calls and internal program
                   state, including 9P messages.  (In any case, the
                   program creates a file /srv/name.chat where name is
                   that of the program; echoing `1' or `0' into this
                   file sets or clears the -v flag dynamically.)

          -D       Debug: show all RPC messages (at a lower level than
                   -v).  This flag may be repeated to get more detail.

          -C       Turn off caching: do not answer RPC requests using
                   the RPC reply cache.

          The nfs-options are:

          -a addr  Set up NFS service for the 9P server at network
                   address addr.

          -f file  Set up NFS service for the 9P server at file (typi-
                   cally an entry in /srv).

          -n       Do not allow per-user authentication (default and
                   mandatory).

          -c file  File contains the uid/gid map configuration.  It is
                   read at startup and subsequently every hour (or if
                   `c' is echoed into /srv/nfsserver.chat).  Blank
                   lines or lines beginning with `#' are ignored;
                   lines beginning with `!'  are executed as commands;
                   otherwise lines contain four fields separated by
                   white space: a regular expression (in the notation

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                   of regexp(6)) for a class of servers, a regular
                   expression for a class of clients, a file of user
                   id's (in the format of a Unix password file), and a
                   file of group id's (same format).

          -s       Expect a network connection on file descriptor 1
                   instead of listening for incoming calls.

          -t       Listen for incoming TCP calls, rather than UDP
                   calls.

          NFS clients must be in the Plan 9 /lib/ndb database.  The
          machine name is deduced from the IP address via ndb/query.
          The machine name specified in the NFS Unix credentials is
          completely ignored.

          Pcnfsd is a toy program that authorizes PC-NFS clients.  All
          clients are mapped to uid=1, gid=1 (daemon on most systems)
          regardless of name or password.

     EXAMPLES
          A simple /lib/ndb/nfs might contain:

          !9fs tcp!ivy
          .+  [^.]+\.cvrd\.hall\.edu  /n/ivy/etc/passwd  /n/ivy/etc/group

          A typical entry in /rc/bin/cpurc might be:

          aux/nfsserver -a tcp!pie -a tcp!yoshimi -c /lib/ndb/nfs
          aux/pcnfsd
          aux/portmapper

          Assuming the CPU server's name is eduardo, the mount com-
          mands on the client would be:

          /etc/mount -o soft,intr eduardo:pie /n/pie
          /etc/mount -o soft,intr eduardo:yoshimi /n/yoshimi

          Note that a single instance of nfsserver may provide access
          to several 9P servers.

     FILES
          /lib/ndb/nfs  List of uid/gid maps.
          /sys/log/nfs  Log file.

     SOURCE
          /sys/src/cmd/9nfs

     BUGS
          It would be nice to provide authentication for users, but
          Unix systems provide too low a level of security to be
          trusted in a Plan 9 world.

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     SEE ALSO
          nfs(4)
          RFC1057, RPC: Remote Procedure Call Protocol Specification,
          Version 2, describes Sun's RPC protocol.
          RFC1094, NFS: Network File System Protocol Specification,
          describes NFS version 2.
          RFC1813, NFS Version 3 Protocol Specification.
          RFC3530, Network File System (NFS) version 4 Protocol.