[CentOS] NFS V4?

David Dyer-Bennet dd-b at dd-b.net
Wed Jul 23 20:33:59 UTC 2008

On Wed, July 23, 2008 14:03, Jens Larsson wrote:
>> Well, I definitely understand a couple of things better than when we
>> started.  Thank you very much!
>> It is not, however, working.  Is that likely to be the "domain="
>> setting,
>> given what I said above?
> The "domain" in NFSv4-speak has nothing to do with DNS. It _can_ be you
> DNS-domainname but it can be anything as long as client and server agrees.
> If they disagree you can still mount, but all files will be owned by
> Nobody-User and Nobody-Group if I remember correctly.

Thanks.  Then that's not the problem.  (and the Centos RPMs have it set a
way that will work, which is good.)

>> But the errors I'm getting tend to be like:
>> [ddb at host00 ~]$ sudo mount host01:/ddb /mnt/ddb -t nfs4 -o
>> rw,hard,intr,proto=tcp,port=22049
>> mount: mount to NFS server 'host01' failed: System Error: Connection
>> refused.
> Shield up, Scotty!
> Looks like a firewall issue to me. Do you allow incoming traffic to port
> 22049/TCP?

As I said in the message you're responding to, all connections from
internal IPs are allowed.

> Can you mount over NFSv3?

Yes.  And I said that in the message you're responding to also.

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