• How to merge config from /etc/conf.d


    Hi,

    I just updated and was presented with:

    (2/3) upgrading nfs-utils                              [############################] 100%
      ==> Configuration file has been changed - there's now
      ==> one unified place to apply system specific changes:
      ==> Please merge your config from 
      ==> /etc/conf.d/nfs-{common,server} into /etc/sysconfig/nfs
    New optional dependencies for nfs-utils
        python: for nfsiostat and mountstats usage [installed]
    
    

    From what I understand I need to copy the config file from nfs-{common,server} and paste it into /sysconfig/nfs, I’m not sure if I’m right about this because I don’t see any nfs-{common,server} –

    [kabir@kde ~]$ cd /etc/conf.d
    [kabir@kde conf.d]$ ls
    fluidsynth  rpcbind  sensord  wireless-regdom
    [kabir@kde conf.d]$ ls -a
    .  ..  fluidsynth  rpcbind  sensord  wireless-regdom
    
    

    This is a very noob question, I know, but can anyone please help me with how to merge these configs?

    Thanks!
    K
    btw: I use kde 64 bit

  • Hi,

    Short version: You’re fine.

    Long version: Those files are there to pass specific parameters to nfs (clients & server). If you do not have those files it means that you didn’t change them before, so pacman has deleted them for you as they are no longer necessary.

    Cheers!

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