Re: cfs and NFS export do not work in pure64. RPC problems?
- To: Kaare Hviid <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Re: cfs and NFS export do not work in pure64. RPC problems?
- From: Oliver Elphick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 08 Oct 2004 12:23:17 +0100
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On Fri, 2004-10-08 at 11:43, Kaare Hviid wrote:
> Since I have no idea what "cfs" is, I'm afraid I can't help you here.
> Cluster File System?
Cryptographic File System. I use it to encrypt the directory on a USB
memory stick in which I keep my GnuPG key.
If you could test, to see whether or not this is a localised problem:
apt-get install cfs
cmkdir ~/.sec # Enter a passphrase
cattach ~/.sec secure # Enter the passphrase when requested
If all is well, the last command should result in /crypt/secure being
mounted. It is at that point that mine fails with the RPC error.
> > I also am unable to mount a disk belonging to the AMD64 machine on any
> > other system; I get the message
> > mount: RPC: Program not registered
> > but I don't know where to look to cure this; there is nothing relevant
> > in the logs on the AMD64 machine.
> > Since both problems are to do with RPC, I wonder if they are related?
> It's not entirely clear if you get this message on the client system or
> the server (amd64) box.
On the client. The server is the amd64 box.
> But it usually means the mountd/nfsd never was
> started. Debian will not start the nfs daemons unless a proper record
> was found in /etc/exports. Please verify:
> 0) That any firewall/iptables/tcpwrappers etc are disabled when testing,
> _both_ on client and server. RPC and NFS are extremely complex when it
> comes to firewalls, and unless you're absolutely positive you know what
> you're doing, disable such stuff while debugging.
OK - there is nothing like that getting in the way.
> 1) That the portmapper is running (/etc/init.d/portmap)
> 2) That mountd and friends are started (/etc/init.d/nfs-common)
Starting nfs-common only reports statd; rpc.statd is running
> 3) That nfsd is started (/etc/init.d/nfs-kernel-server)
No, there are no nfsd processes. In the log, on startup, I get:
nfsd: nfssvc: Function not implemented
In the kernel config, under Network File Systems, I have:
mountd wasn't running either (it comes after nfsd in
nfs-kernel-server). When I start it the message changes to "permission
denied", but it seems clear that the problem is with nfsd.
> 4) That the client system isn't running Mac OS X or some other bizarre
> thing which are known to be badly broken.
Debian on i386
Thanks for your help
Oliver Elphick firstname.lastname@example.org
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