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SubjectRe: NFS problem with recent 2.6 kernels (also serial console weirdness)
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On Mon, Jun 14, 2004 at 08:04:36PM -0400, foo@porto.bmb.uga.edu wrote:
> Hello, I have an x86_64 NFS server with a 32-bit userspace (debian
> woody+backports as necessary) that starts to refuse mount requests after
> a while (sometimes no time at all), The symptom from the client side
> (tested with Linux 2.6, and Solaris 9) is this:
>
> mount: RPC: Unable to receive; errno = Connection refused

This still happens with 2.6.7. I did

umount -a -t nfs; mount -a

on a client and I had to restart the NFS server, portmap, etc. 4 times
to get everything mounted again.

-ryan
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