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Author: kzak

Update of /cvs/dist/rpms/util-linux/devel
In directory cvs.devel.redhat.com:/tmp/cvs-serv14938

Modified Files:
	util-linux-2.13-mount-man-bugs.patch util-linux.spec 
Added Files:
	util-linux-2.13-mount-man-nfs.patch 
	util-linux-2.13-mount-man-nfs4.patch 
	util-linux-2.13-mount-nonfs.patch 
Removed Files:
	util-linux-2.12a-mount-proto.patch 
	util-linux-2.12a-nfs-noacl.patch 
	util-linux-2.12a-nfsmount-overflow.patch 
	util-linux-2.12a-nfsmount-reservp.patch 
	util-linux-2.12p-nfs-manupdate.patch 
	util-linux-2.12p-nfsman.patch 
	util-linux-2.12p-nfsmount-rollback.patch 
	util-linux-2.13-nfs-noacl.patch 
	util-linux-2.13-nfs4-posix_types.patch 
	util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-fsc.patch 
	util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-mountd-udp.patch 
	util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-retry.patch 
	util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-syslog.patch 
	util-linux-2.13-nfsv4.patch 
Log Message:
remove obsolete NFS from mount code (we use mount.nfs from nfs-utils)

util-linux-2.13-mount-man-nfs.patch:
 mount.8 |   68 +++++++++++++++++++---------------------------------------------
 1 files changed, 21 insertions(+), 47 deletions(-)

--- NEW FILE util-linux-2.13-mount-man-nfs.patch ---
--- util-linux-2.12p/mount/mount.8.nfsdoc	2005-05-10 11:46:25.119592000 -0400
+++ util-linux-2.12p/mount/mount.8	2005-10-07 09:46:13.374277000 -0400
@@ -1339,29 +1339,17 @@ For details, see
 
 Especially useful options include
 .TP
-.B rsize=8192,wsize=8192
-This will make your nfs connection faster than with the default
-buffer size of 4096. (NFSv2 does not work with larger values of
-.B rsize
-and
-.BR wsize .)
-.TP
-.B hard
-The program accessing a file on a NFS mounted file system will hang
-when the server crashes. The process cannot be interrupted or
-killed unless you also specify
-.BR intr .
-When the NFS server is back online the program will continue undisturbed
-from where it was. This is probably what you want.
-.TP
-.B soft
-This option allows the kernel to time out if the nfs server is not
-responding for some time. The time can be
-specified with
-.BR timeo=time .
-This option might be useful if your nfs server sometimes doesn't respond
-or will be rebooted while some process tries to get a file from the server.
-Usually it just causes lots of trouble.
+.B rsize=32768,wsize=32768
+This causes the NFS client to try to negotiate a buffer size
+up to the size specified.
+A large buffer size does improve performance, but both the 
+server and client have to support it.
+In the case where one of these does not support the size specified, 
+the size negotiated will be the largest that both support.
+.TP
+.B intr
+This will allow NFS operations (on hard mounts) to be 
+interrupted while waiting for a response from the server. 
 .TP
 .B nolock
 Do not use locking. Do not start lockd.
@@ -1408,30 +1396,16 @@ For details, see
 Especially useful options include
 .TP
 .B rsize=32768,wsize=32768
-This will make your NFS connection faster than with the default
-buffer size of 4096.
-.TP
-.B hard
-The program accessing a file on a NFS mounted file system will hang
-when the server crashes. The process cannot be interrupted or
-killed unless you also specify
-.BR intr .
-When the NFS server is back online the program will continue undisturbed
-from where it was. This is probably what you want.
-.TP
-.B soft
-This option allows the kernel to time out if the NFS server is not
-responding for some time. The time can be
-specified with
-.BR timeo=time .
-This timeout value is expressed in tenths of a second.
-The
-.BR soft
-option might be useful if your NFS server sometimes doesn't respond
-or will be rebooted while some process tries to get a file from the server.
-Avoid using this option with
-.BR proto=udp
-or with a short timeout.
+This causes the NFS4 client to try to negotiate a buffer size
+up to the size specified.
+A large buffer size does improve performance, but both the 
+server and client have to support it.
+In the case where one of these does not support the size specified, 
+the size negotiated will be the largest that both support.
+.TP
+.B intr
+This will allow NFS4 operations (on hard mounts) to be 
+interrupted while waiting for a response from the server. 
 
 .SH "Mount options for ntfs"
 .TP

util-linux-2.13-mount-man-nfs4.patch:
 mount.8 |   75 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---
 1 files changed, 72 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

--- NEW FILE util-linux-2.13-mount-man-nfs4.patch ---
--- util-linux-2.13-pre2/mount/mount.8.nfsv4	2005-08-02 19:34:16.000000000 +0200
+++ util-linux-2.13-pre2/mount/mount.8	2005-08-17 10:44:06.000000000 +0200
@@ -384,6 +384,7 @@
 .IR msdos ,
 .IR ncpfs ,
 .IR nfs ,
+.IR nfs4 ,
 .IR ntfs ,
 .IR proc ,
 .IR qnx4 ,
@@ -421,7 +422,7 @@
 program has to do is issue a simple
 .IR mount (2)
 system call, and no detailed knowledge of the filesystem type is required.
-For a few types however (like nfs, smbfs, ncpfs) ad hoc code is
+For a few types however (like nfs, nfs4, smbfs, ncpfs) ad hoc code is
 necessary. The nfs ad hoc code is built in, but smbfs and ncpfs
 have a separate mount program. In order to make it possible to
 treat all types in a uniform way, mount will execute the program
@@ -449,9 +450,10 @@
 All of the filesystem types listed there will be tried,
 except for those that are labeled "nodev" (e.g.,
 .IR devpts ,
-.I proc
+.IR proc ,
+.IR nfs ,
 and
-.IR nfs ).
+.IR nfs4 ).
 If
 .I /etc/filesystems
 ends in a line with a single * only, mount will read
@@ -1373,6 +1375,73 @@
 .B nolock
 Do not use locking. Do not start lockd.
 
+.SH "Mount options for nfs4"
+Instead of a textual option string, parsed by the kernel, the
+.I nfs4
+file system expects a binary argument of type
+.IR "struct nfs4_mount_data" .
+The program
+.B mount
+itself parses the following options of the form `tag=value',
+and puts them in the structure mentioned:
+.BI rsize= n,
+.BI wsize= n,
+.BI timeo= n,
+.BI retrans= n,
+.BI acregmin= n,
+.BI acregmax= n,
+.BI acdirmin= n,
+.BI acdirmax= n,
+.BI actimeo= n,
+.BI retry= n,
+.BI port= n,
+.BI proto= n,
+.BI clientaddr= n,
+.BI sec= n.
+The option
+.BI addr= n
+is accepted but ignored.
+Also the following Boolean options, possibly preceded by
+.B no
+are recognized:
+.BR bg ,
+.BR fg ,
+.BR soft ,
+.BR hard ,
+.BR intr ,
+.BR cto ,
+.BR ac ,
+For details, see
+.BR nfs (5).
+
+Especially useful options include
+.TP
+.B rsize=32768,wsize=32768
+This will make your NFS connection faster than with the default
+buffer size of 4096.
+.TP
+.B hard
+The program accessing a file on a NFS mounted file system will hang
+when the server crashes. The process cannot be interrupted or
+killed unless you also specify
+.BR intr .
+When the NFS server is back online the program will continue undisturbed
+from where it was. This is probably what you want.
+.TP
+.B soft
+This option allows the kernel to time out if the NFS server is not
+responding for some time. The time can be
+specified with
+.BR timeo=time .
+This timeout value is expressed in tenths of a second.
+The
+.BR soft
+option might be useful if your NFS server sometimes doesn't respond
+or will be rebooted while some process tries to get a file from the server.
+Avoid using this option with
+.BR proto=udp
+or with a short timeout.
+
 .SH "Mount options for ntfs"
 .TP
 .BI iocharset= name

util-linux-2.13-mount-nonfs.patch:
 Makefile.am |    5 --
 mount.c     |   22 ------------
 sundries.c  |    1 
 umount.c    |  106 ------------------------------------------------------------
 4 files changed, 1 insertion(+), 133 deletions(-)

--- NEW FILE util-linux-2.13-mount-nonfs.patch ---
--- util-linux-2.13-pre6/mount/Makefile.am.nonfs	2006-09-20 12:45:50.000000000 +0200
+++ util-linux-2.13-pre6/mount/Makefile.am	2006-09-20 12:46:51.000000000 +0200
@@ -1,15 +1,12 @@
 include $(top_srcdir)/config/include-Makefile.am
 
-AM_CPPFLAGS += -DHAVE_NFS
-
 bin_PROGRAMS = mount umount
 sbin_PROGRAMS = losetup swapon
-man_MANS = fstab.5 nfs.5 mount.8 swapoff.8 swapon.8 umount.8 losetup.8
+man_MANS = fstab.5 mount.8 swapoff.8 swapon.8 umount.8 losetup.8
 
 mount_SOURCES = mount.c fstab.c sundries.c xmalloc.c realpath.c mntent.c \
 	get_label_uuid.c mount_by_label.c mount_blkid.c mount_guess_fstype.c \
 	getusername.c \
-	nfsmount.c nfsmount_xdr.c nfsmount_clnt.c \
 	lomount.c
 
 mount_LDADD = $(top_srcdir)/lib/libenv.a $(top_srcdir)/lib/libsetproctitle.a
--- util-linux-2.13-pre6/mount/sundries.c.nonfs	2006-09-20 12:53:09.000000000 +0200
+++ util-linux-2.13-pre6/mount/sundries.c	2006-09-20 12:53:13.000000000 +0200
@@ -15,7 +15,6 @@
 #include "fstab.h"
 #include "sundries.h"
 #include "realpath.h"
-#include "nfsmount.h"
 #include "nls.h"
 
 char *
--- util-linux-2.13-pre6/mount/umount.c.nonfs	2006-09-20 12:51:11.000000000 +0200
+++ util-linux-2.13-pre6/mount/umount.c	2006-09-20 12:52:26.000000000 +0200
@@ -20,15 +20,6 @@
 #include "env.h"
 #include "nls.h"
 
-#include <sys/socket.h>
-#include <sys/time.h>
-#include <netdb.h>
-#include <rpc/rpc.h>
-#include <rpc/pmap_clnt.h>
-#include <rpc/pmap_prot.h>
-#include "nfsmount.h"
-#include <arpa/inet.h>
-
 #if defined(MNT_FORCE) && !defined(__sparc__) && !defined(__arm__)
 /* Interesting ... it seems libc knows about MNT_FORCE and presumably
    about umount2 as well -- need not do anything */
@@ -144,98 +135,6 @@
 	return 0;
 }
 
-static int xdr_dir(XDR *xdrsp, char *dirp)
-{
-      return (xdr_string(xdrsp, &dirp, MNTPATHLEN));
-}
-
-static int
-nfs_umount_rpc_call(const char *spec, const char *opts)
-{
-      register CLIENT *clp;
-      struct sockaddr_in saddr;
-      struct timeval pertry, try;
-      enum clnt_stat clnt_stat;
-      int port = 0;
-      int so = RPC_ANYSOCK;
-      struct hostent *hostp;
-      char *hostname;
-      char *dirname;
-      char *p;
-
-      if (spec == NULL || (p = strchr(spec,':')) == NULL)
-		return 0;
-      hostname = xstrndup(spec, p-spec);
-      dirname = xstrdup(p+1);
-#ifdef DEBUG
-      printf(_("host: %s, directory: %s\n"), hostname, dirname);
-#endif
-
-      if (opts && (p = strstr(opts, "addr="))) {
-	   char *q;
-
-	   free(hostname);
-	   p += 5;
-	   q = p;
-	   while (*q && *q != ',') q++;
-	   hostname = xstrndup(p,q-p);
-      }
-
-      if (opts && (p = strstr(opts, "mountport=")) && isdigit(*(p+10)))
-	   port = atoi(p+10);
-
-      if (hostname[0] >= '0' && hostname[0] <= '9')
-	   saddr.sin_addr.s_addr = inet_addr(hostname);
-      else {
-	   if ((hostp = gethostbyname(hostname)) == NULL) {
-		fprintf(stderr, _("umount: can't get address for %s\n"),
-			hostname);
-		return 1;
-	   }
-	   if (hostp->h_length > sizeof(struct in_addr)) {
-		fprintf(stderr, _("umount: got bad hostp->h_length\n"));
-		hostp->h_length = sizeof(struct in_addr);
-	   }
-	   memcpy(&saddr.sin_addr, hostp->h_addr, hostp->h_length);
-      }
-
-      saddr.sin_family = AF_INET;
-      saddr.sin_port = htons(port);
-      pertry.tv_sec = 3;
-      pertry.tv_usec = 0;
-      if (opts && (p = strstr(opts, "tcp"))) {
-	   /* possibly: make sure option is not "notcp"
-	      possibly: try udp if tcp fails */
-	   if ((clp = clnttcp_create(&saddr, MOUNTPROG, MOUNTVERS,
-				     &so, 0, 0)) == NULL) {
-		clnt_pcreateerror("Cannot MOUNTPROG RPC (tcp)");
-		return 1;
-	   }
-      } else {
-           if ((clp = clntudp_create(&saddr, MOUNTPROG, MOUNTVERS,
-				     pertry, &so)) == NULL) {
-		clnt_pcreateerror("Cannot MOUNTPROG RPC");
-		return 1;
-	   }
-      }
-      clp->cl_auth = authunix_create_default();
-      try.tv_sec = 20;
-      try.tv_usec = 0;
-      clnt_stat = clnt_call(clp, MOUNTPROC_UMNT,
-			    (xdrproc_t) xdr_dir, dirname,
-			    (xdrproc_t) xdr_void, (caddr_t) 0,
-			    try);
-
-      if (clnt_stat != RPC_SUCCESS) {
-	   clnt_perror(clp, "Bad UMNT RPC");
-	   return 1;
-      }
-      auth_destroy(clp->cl_auth);
-      clnt_destroy(clp);
-
-      return 0;
-}
-
 /* complain about a failed umount */
 static void complain(int err, const char *dev) {
   switch (err) {
@@ -289,11 +188,6 @@
 	if (check_special_umountprog(spec, node, type, &status))
 		return status;
 
-	/* Ignore any RPC errors, so that you can umount the filesystem
-	   if the server is down.  */
-	if (strcasecmp(type, "nfs") == 0)
-		nfs_umount_rpc_call(spec, opts);
- 
 	umnt_err = umnt_err2 = 0;
 	if (lazy) {
 		res = umount2 (node, MNT_DETACH);
--- util-linux-2.13-pre6/mount/mount.c.nonfs	2006-09-20 12:48:48.000000000 +0200
+++ util-linux-2.13-pre6/mount/mount.c	2006-09-20 12:48:33.000000000 +0200
@@ -966,19 +966,6 @@
       goto out;
   }
 
-  /*
-   * Also nfs requires a separate program, but it is built in.
-   */
-  if (!fake && types && streq (types, "nfs")) {
-retry_nfs:
-    mnt_err = nfsmount (spec, node, &flags, &extra_opts, &mount_opts,
-			&nfs_mount_version, bg);
-    if (mnt_err) {
-	res = mnt_err;
-	goto out;
-    }
-  }
-
   block_signals (SIG_BLOCK);
 
   if (!fake) {
@@ -1018,15 +1005,6 @@
 
   block_signals (SIG_UNBLOCK);
 
-  if (mnt_err && types && streq (types, "nfs")) {
-      if (nfs_mount_version == 4 && mnt_err != EBUSY && mnt_err != ENOENT) {
-	  if (verbose)
-	    printf(_("mount: failed with nfs mount version 4, trying 3..\n"));
-	  nfs_mount_version = 3;
-	  goto retry_nfs;
-      }
-  }
-
   /* Mount failed, complain, but don't die.  */
 
   if (types == 0) {

util-linux-2.13-mount-man-bugs.patch:
 mount.8 |   17 +++++++++++++++++
 1 files changed, 17 insertions(+)

Index: util-linux-2.13-mount-man-bugs.patch
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/dist/rpms/util-linux/devel/util-linux-2.13-mount-man-bugs.patch,v
retrieving revision 1.1
retrieving revision 1.2
diff -u -r1.1 -r1.2
--- util-linux-2.13-mount-man-bugs.patch	12 Jun 2006 11:38:50 -0000	1.1
+++ util-linux-2.13-mount-man-bugs.patch	20 Sep 2006 14:26:00 -0000	1.2
@@ -1,16 +1,3 @@
---- util-linux-2.13-pre7/mount/nfs.5.bugs	2006-03-30 21:37:53.000000000 +0200
-+++ util-linux-2.13-pre7/mount/nfs.5	2006-03-30 21:38:13.000000000 +0200
-@@ -443,3 +443,10 @@
- .P
- The umount command should notify the server
- when an NFS filesystem is unmounted.
-+.P
-+Checking files on NFS filesystem referenced by file descriptors (i.e. the 
-+.BR fcntl 
-+and 
-+.BR ioctl
-+families of functions) may lead to inconsistent result due to the lack of
-+consistency check in kernel even if noac is used.
 --- util-linux-2.13-pre7/mount/mount.8.bugs	2006-03-30 21:36:56.000000000 +0200
 +++ util-linux-2.13-pre7/mount/mount.8	2006-03-30 21:37:35.000000000 +0200
 @@ -2047,6 +2047,23 @@


Index: util-linux.spec
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/dist/rpms/util-linux/devel/util-linux.spec,v
retrieving revision 1.141
retrieving revision 1.142
diff -u -r1.141 -r1.142
--- util-linux.spec	15 Sep 2006 12:09:25 -0000	1.141
+++ util-linux.spec	20 Sep 2006 14:26:00 -0000	1.142
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
 Summary: A collection of basic system utilities.
 Name: util-linux
 Version: 2.13
-Release: 0.41
+Release: 0.42
 License: distributable
 Group: System Environment/Base
 
@@ -109,13 +109,8 @@
 
 Patch164: util-linux-2.12j-113790-hotkeys.patch
 
-# patches required for NFSv4 support
-Patch170: util-linux-2.13-nfsv4.patch
-Patch171: util-linux-2.12a-mount-proto.patch
-Patch172: util-linux-2.12a-nfsmount-overflow.patch
-Patch173: util-linux-2.12a-nfsmount-reservp.patch
-Patch174: util-linux-2.12p-nfsmount-rollback.patch
-
+# Info about NFS4
+Patch170: util-linux-2.13-mount-man-nfs4.patch
 # Makeing /var/log/lastlog (#151635)
 Patch180: util-linux-2.12p-login-lastlog.patch
 # Improved /etc/mtab lock (#143118)
@@ -124,8 +119,6 @@
 Patch182: util-linux-2.12p-ipcs-typo.patch
 # 154498 - util-linux login & pam session
 Patch183: util-linux-2.12a-pamsession.patch
-# 155293 - man 5 nfs should include vers as a mount option
-Patch184: util-linux-2.12p-nfsman.patch
 # 76467 - At boot time, fsck chokes on LVs listed by label in fstab
 Patch185: util-linux-2.12p-lvm2dupes-76467.patch
 # add note about ATAPI IDE floppy to fdformat.8
@@ -149,7 +142,7 @@
 # 165863 - swsusp swaps should be reinitialized
 Patch210: util-linux-2.13-swapon-suspend.patch
 # 170110 - Documentation for 'rsize' and 'wsize' NFS mount options is misleading
-Patch211: util-linux-2.12p-nfs-manupdate.patch
+Patch211: util-linux-2.13-mount-man-nfs.patch
 # 169628 - /usr/bin/floppy doesn't work with /dev/fd0
 Patch212: util-linux-2.12p-floppy-generic.patch
 # 168436 - login will attempt to run if it has no read/write access to its terminal
@@ -183,15 +176,6 @@
 Patch226: util-linux-2.13-login-pam-acct.patch
 # 177523 - umount -a should not unmount sysfs
 Patch227: util-linux-2.13-umount-sysfs.patch
-# 169042 - Changed nfsmount to try udp before using tcp when rpc-ing
-#          the remote rpc.mountd (iff -o tcp is not specified).
-Patch229: util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-mountd-udp.patch
-# 151549 - Added 'noacl' mount flag
-Patch230: util-linux-2.13-nfs-noacl.patch
-# 183713 - foreground nfs mount timeout options to get hard mount semantic
-Patch231: util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-retry.patch
-# Adds syslog logging to background mounts
-Patch232: util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-syslog.patch
 # 187014 - umount segfaults for normal user
 Patch233: util-linux-2.13-mount-uuid.patch
 # 183446 - cal not UTF-8-aware
@@ -217,12 +201,8 @@
 Patch242: util-linux-2.12a-raw-man-dd.patch
 # Don't use asm/page.h
 Patch243: util-linux-2.13-swap-page.patch
-# Don't use linux/posix_types.h or asm/posix_types.h
-Patch244: util-linux-2.13-nfs4-posix_types.patch
 # IPv6 support to login command
 Patch245: util-linux-2.13-login-ipv6.patch
-# fscache bits for NFS mounts
-Patch246: util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-fsc.patch
 # 176494 - last -i returns strange IP addresses
 Patch247: util-linux-2.13-login-timeval.patch
 # 199745 - Non-existant simpleinit(8) mentioned in ctrlaltdel(8)
@@ -231,6 +211,8 @@
 Patch249: util-linux-2.13-mount-sloppy.patch
 # 188193 - util-linux should provide plugin infrastructure for HAL
 Patch250: util-linux-2.13-mount-uhelper.patch
+# Removes obsolete NFS code (we use /sbin/[u]mount.nfs[4] from nfs-utils)
+Patch251: util-linux-2.13-mount-nonfs.patch
 
 # When adding patches, please make sure that it is easy to find out what bug # the 
 # patch fixes.
@@ -272,16 +254,12 @@
 %patch160 -p1
 %endif
 %patch164 -p1
+
 %patch170 -p1
-%patch171 -p1
-%patch172 -p1
-%patch173 -p1
-%patch174 -p1
 %patch180 -p1
 %patch181 -p1
 %patch182 -p1
 %patch183 -p1
-%patch184 -p1
 %patch185 -p1
 %patch186 -p1
 %patch187 -p1
@@ -310,10 +288,6 @@
 %patch225 -p1
 %patch226 -p1
 %patch227 -p1
-%patch229 -p1
-%patch230 -p1
-%patch231 -p1
-%patch232 -p1
 %patch233 -p1
 %patch234 -p1
 %patch235 -p1
@@ -325,13 +299,12 @@
 %patch241 -p1
 %patch242 -p1
 %patch243 -p1
-%patch244 -p1
 %patch245 -p1
-%patch246 -p1
 %patch247 -p1
 %patch248 -p1
 %patch249 -p1
-%patch250 -p1 -b .uhelper
+%patch250 -p1
+%patch251 -p1
 
 %build
 unset LINGUAS || :
@@ -727,7 +700,6 @@
 /sbin/swapon
 /sbin/swapoff
 %{_mandir}/man5/fstab.5*
-%{_mandir}/man5/nfs.5*
 %{_mandir}/man8/mount.8*
 %{_mandir}/man8/swapoff.8*
 %{_mandir}/man8/swapon.8*
@@ -736,6 +708,11 @@
 /sbin/losetup
 
 %changelog
+* Wed Sep 20 2006 Karel Zak <kzak redhat com> 2.13-0.42
+- remove obsolete NFS code and patches (we use /sbin/mount.nfs
+  and /sbin/umount.nfs from nfs-utils now)
+- move nfs.5 to nfs-utils
+
 * Fri Sep 15 2006 Karel Zak <kzak redhat com> 2.13-0.41
 - fix #205038 - mount not allowing sloppy option (exports "-s"
   to external /sbin/mount.nfs(4) calls) 


--- util-linux-2.12a-mount-proto.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.12a-nfs-noacl.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.12a-nfsmount-overflow.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.12a-nfsmount-reservp.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.12p-nfs-manupdate.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.12p-nfsman.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.12p-nfsmount-rollback.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.13-nfs-noacl.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.13-nfs4-posix_types.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-fsc.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-mountd-udp.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-retry.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.13-nfsmount-syslog.patch DELETED ---


--- util-linux-2.13-nfsv4.patch DELETED ---


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