[Techtalk] Slow booting since installing NFS daemons
anotheranne at fables.co.za
Sun Jan 4 17:37:30 UTC 2009
well it is installed but ... see below
On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 17:43:33 +010
|> On Sun, Jan 4, 2009 at 5:36 PM, Gayathri Swaminathan
|> <gayathri.swa at gmail.com> wrote:
|> > On Sun, Jan 4, 2009 at 7:10 AM, Anne Wainwright <anotheranne at fables.co.za>wrote:
|> >> Meryll, hello,
|> >> thanks for your input, 2 emails, comment below
|> >> mount: RPC: Program not registered
|> >> .... but that is another problem for me to check out.]
|> >> I naively assume that you could have it working both ways if you want,
|> >> whether one way at a time or both ways.
|> >> bestest
|> >> Anne
|> > That seems like "portmap" is not running (or) something is blocking it -
|> > iptables/ tcpwrappers..
definitely going, Gayathri,
$ rpcinfo -p athene shows portmap, but nothing else.
$ rpcinfo -p panodra shows all the nfs stuff as well, but it should as the pandora installation goes
|> Or perhaps that nfs-common (the nfs client package) isn't installed?
it surely is. apt-get says so.
I see that we haven nfs-common and nfs-kernel-server scripts and others in /etc/init.d
and repeated (linked?) as S20 scripts in rc2.d to start the stuff, but that is as far as I can go. That's for level 2 which is the debian run-mode and hence I guess the same for ubuntu.
What is the next link in the startup chain? for some reason nfs-common does not get going as per the red [fail] notice on bootup.
thanks for the help
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so much to do, so little time :(
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