[K12OSN] Serious problems with NBD

Almquist Burke burke at thealmquists.net
Mon Apr 26 03:57:59 UTC 2010

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Sorry odin, I've been running spinrite on a dead card catalog for the  
last 50 days, so I wasn't able to test and see if it's a general f12  
problem or something specific to you.
I got NBD working just find on my test client/server setup.
Are you using the default 2 nic setup?
And did you build the chroot after doing all the available updates,  
just security updates? etc.

On Apr 16, 2010, at 1:09 PM, Odin Nøsen wrote:

> I have a default installation of F12 with LTSP. I have activated  
> NBD in dhcpd - and then
> something goes very wrong.
> The ltsp-client doesn't know what address the ltsp-server has, the  
> lts.conf-file from
> /var/lib/tftboot/ltsp/i386 isn't copied to /etc/lts.conf on the  
> client and localdevs are
> not mountet (even thou they are registerd in /var/log/messages on  
> the client).
> I'll have to build the client with the XSERVER-arg in /opt/ltsp/ 
> i386/etc/lts.conf for
> the client to work. And every detail for specifial client needs to  
> be written in this
> lts.conf too. And then I'll have to rebuild the ltsp-client.
> If I use NFS to load/mount the LTSP-client everything works. I  
> think there is some
> problem that things aren't allowed to mount things with NBD.
> There are -no- errors logged in /var/log/messages on the client or  
> on the server with
> either NBD or NFS.
> I really need NBD - becuase I really would like to get rid of the  
> NFS-traffic from the
> clients...
> Anyone?
> Odin
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