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SubjectRe: nfs client. Error 111 on mount. ACK!

I thought all was well. True, moving the script that mounts remote
filesystems _after_ the portmapper started was good; it did away with
those pesky startup errors.

However, it also introduces a new error: system load average heads to
1.00 and stays there. It seems to be that a process called "lockd" (0
resident pages, 0% CPU) is the cause of the high load. It only appears
on ps if I reorder the startups as described.

I've moved back to the old way. A pause-and-error-sequence at startup is
far more palatable than a constantly high load average...

Christopher Powell Brick and Ivy Corporate Consulting
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