[CentOS] daemon for nfs client

Thu Sep 25 21:19:11 UTC 2014
David Both <dboth at millennium-technology.com>

Try this:


On 09/25/2014 05:13 PM, Dan Hyatt wrote:
> In days of old, in Solaris there was a daemon for NFS Client, and NFS server 
> (actually several including portmap...).
> I am unable to find reference to the daemon that runs NFS client
> But the RedHat Documentation does not explain the NFS client daemon. Is this a 
> service or something else.
> on centos6.5
> I previously posted about a really weird root filesystem. It started on 
> another non critical server. so I found out when I unmounted the NFS 
> filesystem the problem went away. BUT the NFS filesystem will not remount.
> On the non critical server, an old windows trick "reboot fixes everything"  
> brought NFS and the mount up clean no problems
> But I want to try and fix this on the critical server without a reboot.
> Is there a way to stop and start the NFS client like I can restart the NFS 
> server?
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