Re: NFS wierd problem
>- if you don't restart nfs, can the client still mount and umount?yes: if I don't restart the nfs service all works fine, I can
>i.e. do things break only after the nfs restart is done?
mount/unmount read/write and do all stuff
>- what if you put a pause beteen stop and startyes: I tryed
#service nfs stop
and after 1/2 hour
#service nfs start
it shows me that services start ok (no error messages), but I cannot
mount nothing (error: server is down)
if I give
it gives me the list of sercvices: portmaper, status, sgi_fam,
rquodat, nfs, nlockmgr, mountd
if I give
#service nfs status
rpc.mountd (pid 2169) is running...
nfsd (pid 2161 2160 2159 2158 2157 2156 2155 2154) is running...
rpc.rquotad (pid 2145) is running...
>Now is diagnosis time. NFS uses RPC, and that requires portmap.yes: all ok acording to '#rpcinfo -p' command
>Is the server running portmap, and is the server running a mountd?
>BTW, what requires you to restart NFS at all?Well if I make some configuration changes (such adding mount points to
/etc/exports or adding changing /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny
But if it should work, then why is not working?
Thanx for your help!
On 01Aug2005 11:34, buniovgeorgia <credsantm1@...> wrote:
| >BTW, what requires you to restart NFS at all?
| Well if I make some configuration changes (such adding mount points to
All you need to do for this is:
| or adding changing /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny
| and so).
This I don't know about, might require restart of mountd. But equally,
these files may be consults on every mount request, requiring no restart
at all. Since mounts are rare (on machine timescales) I would be inclined
to expect this.
| But if it should work, then why is not working?
A fair question - it should work, as you say.
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