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Bob Zelin
Re: NSF Funny Business
on Jan 16, 2014 at 1:18:34 am

I have unfortunately been observing that NFS in OS X 10.9.1 has become terrible or non functional. Apple is not "getting rid of it", because it's part of the UNIX operating system (Darwin Kernel), but they are certainly doing bad things, that never used to exist in the past. It is beyond me why Apple would not publically discuss this, or get this working, as it is critical for ANY SHARED STORAGE SYSTEM to use NFS for FCP-X (except XSAN). Products like Small Tree Titanium and Studio Network Solutions EVO can activate NFS in their Linux operating system to get NFS to work properly, but it is bizarre to me that Apple is making this so difficult with their own hardware. If it were not for FCP-X, no one would really care about NFS - at least not in our industry.

Bob Zelin

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