nfssvc - Creates a remote NFS server
unsigned long udp_so,
unsigned long udp_num,
unsigned long tcp_so,
unsigned long tcp_num);
Specifies a UDP socket bound to port 2049.
Specifies the number of UDP NFS server threads to start (in the low 32
bits) and 950410 (in the high 32 bits).
Specifies a TCP socket bound to port 2049 after a call to listen(2).
Specifies the number of TCP NFS server threads to start.
The use of the nfssvc() function is not supported in customer applications,
and the interface is subject to change without notice. It is intended for
use solely by nfsd(8).
The nfssvc() function starts NFS server kernel threads and provides TCP
connection support. If the value of the upper 32 bits of udp_num is not
950410, TCP threads are not started.
The nfssvc() function has no successful return. In fact, it frees the text
and data segments associated with the calling program so there is nothing
to return to. When interrupted by a KILL signal, the server threads are
terminated and the process exits. If nfssvc() encounters errors, -1 is
returned and errno is set to indicate the error.
If the nfssvc() function fails, errno may be set to one of the following
Another process is executing nfssvc.
[EBADF] An invalid file descriptor has been passed to the nfssvc()
[EINVAL] More than 128 server and netisr threads were requested.
[EPERM] The caller is not the superuser.