Re: nfs setup on woody
On Sat, Jan 03, 2004 at 04:40:10PM +0000, Richard Lyons <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Do you have more shares on this machine, or is this the only one in
> > the exports file?
> It is the only one at the moment.
Then I am almost sure that the kernel support is missing. Do you have
the following modules loaded: nfs, lockd, sunrpc? It's also ok to have
them compiled into the kernel: CONFIG_NFS_FS, CONFIG_NFSD, CONFIG_LOCKD,
CONFIG_SUNRPC. BTW, what's your kernel version?
> which is why I expected some 'nfs' and 'nlockmgr' lines rather than
> those 'sgi_fam' lines.
FAM stands for File Alternation Monitor, developed by SGI Inc
(previously for their desktop applications since ~Irix 6.3).
> I can't help thinking this is a problem of the
> installation rather than the /etc/exports file.
Check the kernel support mentioned above.
> hosts.allow has my IP listed for
> portmap, lockd, mountd, rquotad, statd, and rpc.
It does not matter - yet! - as it needs for connecting to your machine,
but you have problems right with starting NFS services.
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