[Solved] Starting NFS common utilities failed
On Thu, 03 Feb 2011 23:40:57 -0800, Dr. Ed Morbius wrote:
>> statd+ start-stop-daemon --start --oknodo --quiet --exec
>> + RET=1
> Yep, same here.
Thanks for your helps, Dr. Morbius. I found the real reason, and file a
Starting NFS common utilities failed
The real reason is that the post install process of nfs-common
didn't deal with portmap:
$ grep portmap /etc/runlevel.conf || echo not found
I.e., the portmap is not enabled by default as the daemon.
Starting it manually solve the problem: . . .
> . . . Googling suggests a missing config file or
> state file -- does /var/lib/nfs/ exist, and is it populated?
Just for the archive, in Debian the files are:
$ find /var/lib/nfs/
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