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CONFIG_NFSD_LEGACY_CLIENT_TRACKING: Support legacy NFSv4 client tracking methods (DEPRECATED)

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_NFSD_LEGACY_CLIENT_TRACKING:

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The NFSv4 server needs to store a small amount of information on stable storage in order to handle state recovery after reboot. Most modern deployments upcall to a userland daemon for this (nfsdcld), but older NFS servers may store information directly in a recoverydir, or spawn a process directly using a usermodehelper upcall.

These legacy client tracking methods have proven to be probelmatic and will be removed in the future. Say Y here if you need support for them in the interim.



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