Many thanks to:
Clive Elsum, August Flassig, Movva Mohan Kumar, Casper Dick, David Lee,
Glenn Satchell, Jochen Bern, Andrew Moffat, and Mike Mitchell.
In summary, there are no implications other than the strange output in
df and problems with accessing files exceeding 2GByte (a non-issue for
our systems), as nfs code was already 2+GB proof in 4.x. For cosmetic
purposes on the SunOS 4.x machines, DiskSuite has a couple of utilities
for clients which would make outputs look right in df, however it is not
essential to install this.
> I have a mixed environment of SS20's and IPC's with the SS20's running
> Solaris 2.5.1 and the IPC's running SunOS 4.1.3_U1 and 4.1.1 (for
> reasons I won't go into).
> An SS20 151 acts as the web server, mail server, file server, apps
> server, and nis master. It is running Solaris 2.5.1.
> I have just bought an additional 4.2GByte hard drive for the server and
> wanted to be able to partition it into two partitions of approximately 3
> and 1 GBytes respectively. Solaris 2.5.1 can handle this but what are
> the implications of nfs mounting the 3 Gbyte partition read/write on the
> machines running SunOS 4.1.1 and 4.1.3_U1 ?
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