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Re: Mounting error on boot - RPC Remote System Error - No Route to host



On January 13, 2005 04:43 am, Andrew Bridgeman corusgroup com wrote:
> I have just built a new Redhat 9.0 Workstation but i get a error on boot
> that says:
>
> Mounting RPC Remote System Error - No Route to host ( then comes up with a
> Red Failed on the right hand side )
>
> The strange part about it is that once the machine  comes back up and  i
> can do a mount -a as root and it mounts any machine on the network.
>
> I have checked a few config files against my existing machines and they are
> identical.
>
> The only thing that might be relevant is that the new machine now has 3
> network cards, 1pci and 2 onboard in the new machine of which i am using
> the pci one for connection to the network the other 2 are redundant.
>
> I am completely stuck now with this problem so any help would be gratefully
> received.
>
> Regards
>
> (Embedded image moved to file: pic05447.jpg)

Hi,
has the network finished loading when this happens? It may be a matter of 
adjusting the init script links in the rc dir's (they load in the same order 
as 'ls' lists them).

-- 
Pete Nesbitt, rhce



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