Looks like mountproto= was never documented in nfs(5). Add a paragraph
that describes it in the "nfs mount options" section.
utils/mount/nfs.man | 19 +++++++++++++++++++
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diff --git a/utils/mount/nfs.man b/utils/mount/nfs.man
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@@ -489,6 +489,25 @@ or the server's mountd service is not available on the advertised port.
This option can be used when mounting an NFS server
through a firewall that blocks the rpcbind protocol.
+.BI mountproto= netid
+The transport protocol used by the NFS client
+to transmit requests to the NFS server's mountd service when performing
+this mount request, and when later unmounting this mount point.
+can be either
+.BR tcp .
+This option can be used when mounting an NFS server
+through a firewall that blocks a particular transport protocol.
+When used in combination with the
+option, different transports for mountd requests and NFS requests
+can be specified.
+If the server's mountd service is not available via the specified
+transport, the mount request fails.
.BI mounthost= name
The hostname of the host running mountd.
If this option is not specified, the
Chuck Lever wrote:
> Looks like mountproto= was never documented in nfs(5). Add a paragraph
> that describes it in the "nfs mount options" section.