NFS broken by uipc_socket.c:1.209

Mike Sturdee sturdee at
Fri Aug 20 08:56:56 PDT 2004

I also had a problem with nfs mounts which was resolved by backing out 
uipc_socket.c to 1.208

hardware is amd64

# mount_nfs /usr/ports/distfiles
[udp] RPCPROG_NFS: RPC: Port mapper 
failure - RPC: Unable to receive

On Fri, 20 Aug 2004, Harti Brandt wrote:

> Hi,
> this commit broke NFS. When I try to mount an NFS file system the very
> first response from the server gets rejected with a 'port not available' ICMP 
> message from the FreeBSD client. Backing out 1.209 helps.
> harti
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