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Re: NFS Mount problem with latest updates for WS 3

Did you check portmap deamon is running? and also check your nfs server
deamon  35 runlevel should be on  check the following command
#showmount -e <server ip>
# mount
# service network --status
# service nfs --status
# service portmap --status

Fazludeen kader

On 8/14/06, Ryan Golhar <golharam umdnj edu> wrote:

I recently applied the latest round of updates for WS 3 and I'm now
seeing an NFS mount problem that I'm not sure how to handle.

Basically, I mount several filesystems from 2 different servers at boot
time through /etc/fstab.

Server A is AS 3
Server B is Solaris

When the machine boots up, it is able to mount the filesystems from
server A , but not server B.  I have to (as root) mount the filesystem
from server B.

This wasn't happening prior to the latest updates.

/var/log/messages shows:

mount: RPC: Unable to receive; errno - Connection refused

So I googled for information and much of it talked about the firewall or
portmapper.  Yes, we have a firewall running on the machines, but that
doesn't explain by it can't mount server B filesystems.  As I said, this
only started happening after the last round of updates.

Any ideas?


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