Re: nfs problem w/debian potato
the kernel, which potato is using has a known nfs mount kernel bug.
On Tue, 2002-02-19 at 18:26, Jim Crumley wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2002 at 08:48:54AM -0800, John Mastrolia wrote:
> > Basically, I'm trying to mount a nfs partition exported from a
> > Solaris 2.7 box (using both v2 and v3 nfs) and get a panic error
> > that freezes the local workstation. Could someone point me to the
> > document that points out the errors of my ways?
> > mount -t nfs -o tcp,defaults,bg,soft <hostname>:/var/mail /var/mail
> > or in /etc/fstab
> > <hostname>:/var/mail /var/mail nfs defaults,tcp,bg,soft 0 0
> Well, I mount NFS partitions under woody from Solaris, so I'll
> mention a couple of things that you might want to try.
> First, are you sure that you have the proper nfs packages
> installed? Check by typing "dpkg -l nfs-client" .
> Next, try mounting the partition with fewer options. For a first
> try, just use the defaults. If that works, add back in your
> options one by one and see what happens.
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