nfs-utils 1:1.2.8-9ubuntu12.2 source package in Ubuntu

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nfs-utils (1:1.2.8-9ubuntu12.2) xenial; urgency=medium

  * d/nfs-utils_env.sh: alongside RPCSVCGSSDARGS, also export SVCGSSDARGS,
    which is the variable name expected by the rpc-svcgssd systemd service.
    (LP: #1616123)

 -- Andreas Hasenack <email address hidden>  Thu, 25 Apr 2019 17:23:49 -0300

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Andreas Hasenack on 2019-04-29
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
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Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

nfs-common: NFS support files common to client and server

 Use this package on any machine that uses NFS, either as client or
 server. Programs included: lockd, statd, showmount, nfsstat, gssd,
 idmapd and mount.nfs.

nfs-common-dbgsym: debug symbols for package nfs-common

 Use this package on any machine that uses NFS, either as client or
 server. Programs included: lockd, statd, showmount, nfsstat, gssd,
 idmapd and mount.nfs.

nfs-kernel-server: support for NFS kernel server

 The NFS kernel server is currently the recommended NFS server for use
 with Linux, featuring features such as NFSv3 and NFSv4, Kerberos
 support via GSS, and much more. It is also significantly faster and
 usually more reliable than the user-space NFS servers (from the
 unfs3 and nfs-user-server packages). However, it is more difficult to
 debug than the user-space servers, and has a slightly different
 feature set.
 .
 This package contains the user-space support needed to use the
 NFS kernel server. Most administrators wishing to set up an NFS server
 would want to install this package.

nfs-kernel-server-dbgsym: debug symbols for package nfs-kernel-server

 The NFS kernel server is currently the recommended NFS server for use
 with Linux, featuring features such as NFSv3 and NFSv4, Kerberos
 support via GSS, and much more. It is also significantly faster and
 usually more reliable than the user-space NFS servers (from the
 unfs3 and nfs-user-server packages). However, it is more difficult to
 debug than the user-space servers, and has a slightly different
 feature set.
 .
 This package contains the user-space support needed to use the
 NFS kernel server. Most administrators wishing to set up an NFS server
 would want to install this package.