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After upgrading to 10.10 Maverick, my NFS root is not mounted correctly during boot. What is the correct method?

10.04 and earlier I had my /etc/fstab setup to use /dev/nfs as my root device, but it looks like that no longer exists. Is anyone else using 10.10 for NFS boot?

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It looks like the fstab format changed slightly. The following is a working line for the root partition:

192.168.0.1:/nfs-root   /   nfs    rw,noatime,nolock,vers=3   0   0
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