On Wed, 2016-11-30 at 20:59 +0200, Pantelis Antoniou wrote:
Until now for root NFS you either had to manually blacklist
the interface or disable connman all together
This patch automatically blacklists the interface the NFS server
is reachable from and populates the resolver entries that the
DHCP server provided on startup.
It is now possible to use a vanilla rootfs tarball without
having to manually edit connman configuration entries.
That looks like it supports Legacy IP only. Is that also true of the
kernel's built-in nfsroot support, or did that get brought into the
21st century? And part of the *reason* for not updating the old nfsroot
support in the kernel is that it can be done from an initramfs....
should we attempt to handle that case too?