[CentOS] NFS problem

Fernando Hallberg fernando at flexdigital.com.br
Tue Dec 29 00:55:11 UTC 2009


Hi,

You only need rpcidmapd, portmap on the centos box

Edit the /etc/sysconfig/nfs

And use /export filesystem as the fsid=0 on the /etc/exportfs

Export all directories you need mounted on the /export with the -o bind on the mount command, and add refer=/dir on /etc/exportfs on the nfs4 server

you want to add the rpc and nfs mounts on the fstab too
rpc_pipefs	/var/lib/nfs/rpc_pipefs	rpc_pipefs	defaults	0	0
nfsd	/proc/fs/nfsd	nfsd	defaults	0	0

Fernando

On Mon, 28 Dec 2009 16:59:30 -0600
Frank Cox <theatre at sasktel.net> wrote:

> 
> On Mon, 2009-12-28 at 23:30 +0100, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> > I'm trying to NFS-mount a CentOS directory on my Fedora laptop,
> > but I find I can only do this is I turn off the firewall
> > on the CentOS server.
> > 
> > If instead I go to system-config-securitylevel-tui on the server,
> > and allow NFS4, this does not do the trick.
> > Nor does allowing port 2049.
> > 
> > What do I need to allow?
> 
> Here is my note regarding how to make this work:
> 
> Create the file "/etc/sysconfig/nfs" and add the following contents:
> 
> STATD_PORT=4001
> LOCKD_TCPPORT=4002
> LOCKD_UDPPORT=4002
> MOUNTD_PORT=4003
> 
>  Append the following to the file "/etc/services":
> 
> rquotad 4004/tcp # rpc.rquotad tcp port
> rquotad 4004/udp # rpc.rquotad udp port
> 
>  Restart the nfs services
> 
> >From there, open these ports -> 111:tcp, 111:udp, 2049:tcp, 2049:udp,
> 4001:tcp, 4001:udp, 4002:tcp, 4002:udp, 4003:tcp, 4003:udp, 4004:tcp,
> 4004:udp
> 
> 
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