nevadita chatterjee a écrit :
> We have one Fedora core5 Server for NIS and NFS running on it and there is
> also a second server for NFS. We have two NFS servers to distribute the
> load as well as increase disk quota for users. We have also the second NFS
> server configured as a NIS secondary for more load balancing.
> The configuration works fine most of the time but sometimes it is seen
> that the server either stops authenticating the client or does not mount
> the home directory of clients and reports a rpc time out.The log messages
> generated at that time are as below:
Are you running nfslock? Most of the problems with nfs used to come from
nfslock in FC3, FC4.... at the end I put the nolock option to mount the
nfs volumes and got rid of these kind of problems....
I did not try FC5 yet!
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