Is this just a fancy new name for FXP?
NFS (Network File System) is one of two of the most successful file protocols in the history of computing. From the 1980s with NFSv2 through the widely deployed NFSv3 in the 1990s, and now with today’s NFS4.1 standard – and if you don’t know about NFSv4.1 and pNFS (parallel NFS), you should – the protocol has been developed to …
Yeah but what about a server? The one that comes with Win2k8 seems to have a lot of issues. We just got a new xIX box and after half a day last week it /still/ can't connect to our main repository. Admittedly it was a Friday afternoon and we've had to move off to other things now but it's a bit crappy when you waste half a day trying to get one computer to access resources on another computer. I thought that kind of thing went out in the 90s :-/