Rob Owens rowens at ptd.net
Wed Oct 8 00:08:30 UTC 2008

Take a look at the log files to see if you get any clues why NFS isn't starting.

/var/log/nfs/* (if there is such a directory)

Good luck!


On Tue, Oct 07, 2008 at 03:09:12PM -0400, Randall Swift wrote:
> I have an authentication server running centOS and was setup using the
> smbldap script. For some reason students when they tried to access their
> home directory were getting "access denied" errors. I restarted ldap
> service and smb service but when I restart nfs it will not start. The
> system seems to hang and I have to force quit out of it. I also cannot
> even browse the filesystem with the gui the sytem hangs. I think the
> permissions are screwed up. If so, how do I redo those in bulk (i have
> over 650 users). I am desperate as we are down till I get this fixed.
> Thanks for the help.
> Randy Swift
> Network Administrator
> Leavitt Area High School
> Turner, Maine 04282
> (207)225-3533
> swift at msad52.org
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