I am running NSFv3 on redhat linux enterprise 5 and it works fine with
SPM. I tried NSFv4 for a time, but switched back to 3 for reasons
unrelated to SPM. Anyway it also worked. I can't comment on whether
there are performance differences, but I didn't notice anyting
On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 12:00 PM, Lokke Highstein <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> hello SPM list,
> almost two years ago, i was setting up new storage for my lab, and
> encountered a strange error, where NFS mounted directories would be
> available from the command line, but within the SPM gui, they would not show
> up at all.
> i called up the mathworks and they managed to find a bug report somewhere
> that said that this was a known bug, and that if i switched to NFSv2 the
> problem would go away. so i did change the NFS version to v2, and the
> problem went away.
> however, now i am shopping for new storage, and find that on the product i
> want, NFS v2 is no longer an option, it only offers NFS v3 or v4.
> what i am trying to figure out is if this bug has been worked out, or if it
> is going to be a huge problem for me.
> at this point, short of setting up a test server running NFS v4 and mounting
> a share, i don't know how to test this, so before i start in on that, i
> thought i would ask this list if it is a known issue, and if so, if it has
> been fixed in any of the SPM5 updates (or in SPM8)
> thanks for your help,
> Lokke Highstein
> Systems Manager, Program For Imaging and Cognitive Sciences (PICS)
> Columbia University
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