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Question about traps in serving off Unix
Some parts of SYS: need to stay on the LMFS server. Specifically, you need
those files that must be accessed before TCP/IP and NFS are loaded, so you
need SYS:SITE;, SYS:IP-TCP;, SYS:NFS;, and SYS:EMBEDDING;RPC;. Otherwise
you run into a bootstrapping problem.
The namespace protocol is specific to Symbolics machines, so the 3670 will
have to remain the namespace server, so it makes sense to keep the
namespace files on that machine, although there is support for keeping
namespace files on a Unix file server (but I've never tried it, so can't
vouch for it).