Inherited NRS value may cause remote SPC startup problems
When starting a remote shared page cache, some network resource string (NRS)
values used on the remote host are inherited from the stone. This can be
problematic if the #dir or #log NRS modifiers are specified in the stone's
environment because these directives specify directory paths which may not
exist on the remote host. If this occurs, the remote shared page cache may
not start and the error message provided may not indicate the problem.
To avoid this bug, ensure the #dir and #log directives are not specified in
the stone's environment. Alternatively, you can create the directories
specified in the #dir and #log NSR strings on the remote host.