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June 2003 NFS Version 4 Bake-A-Thon

CITI is pleased to host the June 2003 NFSv4 Bake-A-Thon. The purpose of this event is to continue to test the interoperability of specific parts of the protocol, discuss the protocol specification, and test ideas.


Registration is closed.


CITI is located three blocks from charming and sophisticated downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan which boasts many fine restaurants and shops in an urban, caffeinated setting.


Monday June 2nd through Friday June 6th 2003.

Registration closed May 1, 2003.

Campus Inn hotel block reservations closed April 30th.

Shipping Address

NFSv4 Bake-A-Thon
CITI, University of Michigan
535 W. William St., Third Floor
Ann Arbor, Michigan


In general, the doors to CITI will be open between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM. Fruits, Coffee, Pop, Donuts/Bagels will be provided each morning. Lunch and Dinner are not provided, and will be ad-hoc (no scheduled time!)

Monday June 2nd:

  • 9:00 - 1:00 Setup and Initial Testing
  • 2:00 - 4:00 Organizational Meeting
  • 4:00 - 6:00 Testing
    • Additional Access to Bake-A-Thon facility
    • Test suites
    • Organize Kerberos Keys and Passwords
    • Construct an issues list - address some issues and plan when to address remaining issues.

Tues June 3rd

  • 9:00 - 6:00 Testing

Wed June 4rd

  • 9:00 - 6:00 Testing
  • 9:00 - 5:00 NFSv4 Working Group Interim Meeting

Thurs June 5th - Friday June 6th

  • 9:00 - 6:00 Testing

Registered Participants

Sun Microsystems
University of Guelph
Network Appliance
EMC Corporation


We reserved a block of rooms at the Campus Inn from Saturday May 31, 2003 through Thursday night June 5th.

They are priced at $129 for a single and $147 for a double.

The reservation number to call is 1-800-666-8693, ask for the NFSv4 Bake-A-Thon room block.

The cut off date for Hotel reservations was April 30th.


The event network will be the same as last year, an unswitched 100Mbps UTP ethernet, with plenty of rj-45 jacks to go around. Please bring your own cable, 3-6 ft (1-2 m). We will have extra hubs and switches available in case of special requirements. IP addresses will be real (no NAT) but will be behind a firewall that lets connections out but not in. There will be both static and dhcp addresses available. Names will be in the domain. If you have special requirements for the firewall, please let us know ahead of time. CITI's wireless network is also available for generic laptop use. (The WEP key is posted inside CITI.)

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