LINUX KERNEL PROBLEM REPORT
[1.] 2.2.18pre17 knfsd stops replying to mount or showmount requests
[2.] Full description of the problem:
After 9 days of uptime, Linux 2.2 clients could no longer mount nfs shares
from a 2.2.18pre17 server.
The client mount request was logged as authenticated by syslog, but the
client was denied access.
Running "showmount" on the server responded with a RPC error. No "dump"
request was logged to
syslog. "rpcinfo -p localhost" showed mountd to be registered.
Restarting nfs with "service nfs restart" gave an error message when
shutting down mountd, but the restart restored things to normal.
[3.] Keywords: nfs, mountd, showmount
[4.] Kernel version: 2.2.18pre17
[5.] Output of Oops... message
[6.] Example program to trigger problem
Red Hat 6.2
server running 2.2.18pre17 and nfs-utils 0.2
clients running RH 2.2.16
[X.] Other notes:
Daniel Deimert ([email protected])
Intermec Printers AB, G?teborg, Sweden
On Mon, Nov 13, 2000 at 05:58:37AM -0800, [email protected] wrote:
> Red Hat 6.2
> server running 2.2.18pre17 and nfs-utils 0.2
When you have a NFS problem, the best thing you can do is to check if
your nfs-utils is up to date before you report it. BTW, the current
one is 0.2.1.
H.J. Lu ([email protected])