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SubjectNFS no longer working ?
Hi All,

just installed kernel version 2.6.7 on RedHat 8.0. Unfortunately i'm no
longer able to use NFS. Are there any recent issues ? For a detailed
problem description please see below. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

Martin


I have two machines..let's say A and B. On A / /boot and /sys are exported
via /etc/exports. Machine B are mouting these sources when booting via NFS.
Since i updated the kernel i get the following errors when machine A is
starting the NFS services :

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Jul 8 09:30:13 hostA exportfs: hostB:/boot: No such device
Jul 8 09:30:13 hostA exportfs: hostB:/sys: No such device
Jul 8 09:30:13 hosta exportfs: hostB:/: No such device
Jul 8 09:30:13 hostA nfs: Starting NFS services: succeeded
Jul 8 09:30:13 hostA nfs: rpc.rquotad startup succeeded
Jul 8 09:30:13 hostA nfsd[6376]: nfssvc: No such device
Jul 8 09:30:13 hosta nfs: rpc.nfsd startup failed
Jul 8 09:30:13 hostA nfs: rpc.mountd startup succeeded
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cat /etc/exports:

/ hostB(ro,sync,no_root_squash) /sys hostB(ro,sync,no_root_squash) /boot
hostB(ro,sync,no_root_squash)

----
cat /etc/hosts.allow

ALL:hostB

----
With the old kernel 2.4.20-8 i had no problems.

NFS support is compiled into the new kernel.

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