By default, OpenBSD includes all the programs necessary to act as an NFS server, but you must turn it on. The NFS server requires three daemons:
. Maps requests for remote procedure call (RPC) services to TCP/IP port numbers.
. Listens for incoming NFS mount requests.
. Processes requests for filesystem actions.
portmap(8) daemon has its own rc.conf flag, as it can be used by many other RPC services. The
nfsd(8) daemons are controlled by a single rc.conf flag.
Add the following entries to rc.conf.local to start all three processes at boot time:
You can start these three daemons from scripts in /etc/rc.d. If you try to start these daemons now, however, ...