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Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2014 11:02:04 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: Help Compiling John on ARM w/ MPI & CUDA

On 2014-07-19 22:50, Pyrex wrote:
> I'll be running some tests tonight with NFS which I agree is the
> ideal protocol. However, I ran into some issues with: NFS is not
> supported by the kernel.
> I am presently seeking a solution to this.

Maybe the kernel NFS support is there as a module, but the module 
somehow does not auto-load ? What happens if you `modprobe nfs`?

Off the top of my head that would only be needed for an NFS server 
though - maybe you can run them as NFS client right away. You could 
always set up a separate NFS server on some standard "PC" hardware. 
Actually that might be a better idea regardless of this issue.

As a last resort I'm pretty sure there are all-userland NFS alternatives 


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