nfs server amd problems

Emanuel Strobl Emanuel.strobl at
Fri Jun 10 11:55:20 GMT 2005

Am Freitag, 10. Juni 2005 09:51 schrieb Osmany Guirola Cruz:
> Hi people
>  I have installed a 5.3 STABLE box with automount(amd) daemon working
> perfectly with the defaults flags(/net /host) and the nfs server
> exporting only my home..... all this work but then i upgrade my system
> to 5.4 and problems began

5.4-RELEASE or -Stable? For the last three days there was a mis-merge in 
the tree which was corrected today. That caused NFS to fail. If you use 
-stable just re-cvsup otherwise hope that somone else can help you.


> my exports in (draco my machine) said
> /usr/home/	iris
> and from iris when i go to /net/draco/ i got this error
> nfs server pid61737 at iris:/net: not responding
> nfs server pid61737 at iris:/net: is alive again
> ls: /net/draco/: Resource temporarily unavailable
> that works perfectly before the upgrade
> in iris the problem is only with my machine draco(nfsserver) i can
> automount other things in other machines
> now the amd daemon in my machine does not want to work :-(
> in iris i have this in the /etc/exports
> /usr/home  draco
> and in draco i have this error
> nfs server pid326 at draco:/net: not responding
> nfs server pid326 at draco:/net: is alive again
> ls: /net/iris/: Resource temporarily unavailable
> all this things happens after the upgrade
> i don't know where is the problem the configuration files are the same
> i have this line in my rc.conf
> mountd_enable="YES"
> rpcbind_enable="YES"
> nfs_server_enable="YES"
> nfs_server_flags="-u -t -n 4"
> amd_enable="YES"
> amd_flags="-a /.amd_mnt -l syslog /host /etc/ /net /etc/"
> What should i do? where i can't find the problem
> Thanks
> Osmany
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