[CentOS] NFS issues
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Wed Aug 13 03:16:24 UTC 2008
Johan Swensson wrote:
> It happend again this night but now I temporarily(?) fixed it with
> mounting -o nolock on the web servers.
> It works but dmesg is still spamming "lockd: server 192.168.20.22 not
> responding, timed out". Atleast my sites are up, and the message isn't
> critical anymore.
> But how can I get rid of it?
What does 'rpcinfo -p' read on both the servers and the clients?
Also how about /etc/init.d/nfs status (both client and server)
and /etc/init.d/nfslock status (both client and server)
Any firewalls in between client and server?
Run: iptables -L -n (on both client and server)
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