Just tried it and it does a nice job of hanging my terminal.  :^(

Steven Bonneville wrote:
Dan Walsh wrote:
I also think minimal ports should be the default.  Maybe adding some
inteligence to the scripts or redhat-config-services to allow know that
if you start NFS you also need to start portmapper.  Maybe
by adding a requires flag to the NFS init script.

Why do we have a bias towards the machine being a server machine?

Don't forget that the client side also needs to have portmap running 
in order to mount an NFS share.  So the mount command would have to 
start up or make sure portmap and nfslock are running, too.

  -- Steve Bonneville

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