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Re: NFS broken by recent Fedora 9 update?

On 2008/12/15 19:16 (GMT-0500) Tom Lane composed:

> Jason L Tibbitts III <tibbs math uh edu> writes:

>> Maybe the rpcbind update, which has been discussed in a few places
>> already?  You don't mention seeing any selinux denials in your
>> logs, so it's tough to tell, but if so then pulling the selinux
>> p0olicy packages from updates-testing should fix the issue.

> Hmm ... nothing from selinux, but I do see several repetitions of this
> when attempting an outbound automount:

> Dec 15 19:06:14 rh2 kernel: rpcbind: server localhost not responding, timed out
> Dec 15 19:06:14 rh2 kernel: RPC: failed to contact local rpcbind server (errno 5).

This happened in openSUSE when portmap was replaced with rpcbind because the
update did not turn rpcbind on.

At almost exactly the same time, what seems to have been the same thing
happened on my Rawhide box. Turning rpcbind on only fixed openSUSE, not
Rawhide, and I have no idea how to get nfs to work again on that box. Sounds
like we both have same problem. :-(

> Nothing at all in /var/log/messages for an inbound automount, though.
> [tries some other stuff ...]  Incoming afpd sessions not very happy
> either.  I feel fortunate that I can still ssh into the box.

> Grumble.  Why the heck are we doing major breakage in F9 rather than
> rawhide, or at least F10 where people could expect some instability at
> this point!?

I didn't file or find a Fedora bug about it. I figured surely someone else
would find something so important and an update would show up before F10
release. :-(
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