Also how are you mounting the nfs share? Any ideas as to what might be causing this? Here's Why Members Love Tek-Tips Forums: Talk To Other Members Notification Of Responses To Questions Favorite Forums One Click Access Keyword Search Of All Posts, And More... If an entry is added in /etc/dfs/dfstab to share a resource and you try mounting another directory in the remote system which is not shared, you will get a "Permission denied check over here
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Thanks for the reminder jth, I forgot all about that.As jth mentioned, you will probably want to use "init 5" (shut down and power off) and "init 6" (reboot) instead of I'm using Firestarter as the configurator. Our next learning article is ready, subscribe it in your email Home Unix Magazine Training Free Course for Beginners Solaris Associate Training Become an Expert in RHEL-7 VxVM,VxFS and VCS Who You can use many expressions other than setting the host.
not sure what am I missing here to fix this issue. If the commit level is high in one NFS server, compared to another almost identical server, check that the NFS clients have enough memory. When troubleshooting, make sure that packets are going to and from the proper host. Mount Clntudp_create: Rpc: Program Not Registered When a client wishes to make an RPC call to a given program number, it first contacts rpcbind on the server machine to determine the address to which requests should be
Google™ Search FedoraForum Search Red Hat Bugzilla Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... Your original post is interesting, is portmap running on the client? time=1. I've tried this both in command line mode as well as X with the same results.
time=0. Rpcinfo: Rpc: Program Not Registered Then when I tried to remount with IP address it worked fine. Red Hat Tags nfs rpc registration client Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
Configure NFS on RHEL6 Step by step Vickey View Public Profile Find all posts by Vickey #15 8th January 2014, 03:37 PM DBelton Online Administrator Join Date: Aug http://www.unix.com/red-hat/180459-nfs-client-mount-rpc-error-program-not-registered.html The stderr output from the command is shown below.Permission denied.Please assist.Thank you. 0 Kudos Dave Olker HPE Pro Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email Rpc Program Not Registered Solaris 10 Nfs Mount Lee UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers 1 09-07-2001 11:01 PM All times are GMT -4. Mount To Nfs Server Failed Rpc Error Program Not Registered Thanks for reminding me.
To check whether rpcbind is running: On Server : $ ps -e | grep rpcbind 139 ? 0:00 rpcbind $ pgrep -l rpcbind 139 rpcbind From a client: (and the server check my blog n3rd Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Dec 1, 2000Posts: 1337 Posted: Thu Jun 13, 2002 5:47 pm Ok, since you won't need the NFS server services do this: go through all of Saving the packets to a file can simplify the review of the data. Running into same issue. Fmadm: Failed To Get Case List From Fmd: Rpc Call Failed: Rpc: Remote System Error
However, I can only mount with firewall switched off. A shortened syntax of the command follows. n3rd Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Dec 1, 2000Posts: 1337 Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2002 9:02 pm Another idea: Go into /etc/init.d/ and do a "grep showmount *". this content Failover and NFS Locking Client-Side Failover in NFS Version 4 How NFS Server Logging Works How the WebNFS Service Works How WebNFS Security Negotiation Works WebNFS Limitations With Web Browser Use
Not only can things get confusing, but it's a possible security hole. Rpc Program Not Registered Hpux Follow one of the two procedures below: You must edit the file /etc/dfs/dfstab in order to make files automatically export on a Solaris system. If the response does not change after a new connection request has been made, the process could be hung.
Best regards from Romania,Horia. 0 Kudos Vishu Trusted Contributor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 01-04-2010 05:38 AM Solved! Now it come out a new error message:-The command used to mount the new file system, mount(1m), has failed to mount /mnt18. Nfs Port You can also use this command to change the RPC service.
The truss command must be run by the owner of the process or by root. truss [ -t syscall ] -p pid-t syscall Selects system calls to trace -p pid Indicates the PID of the process to be traced The syscall can be a comma-separated list Code: mount: mount to NFS server 'nfs.lab.com' failed: RPC Error: Program not registered. http://twaproductions.com/not-registered/mscomctllib-not-registered.html The badcalls value reports the number of bad messages from a client.
This value can indicate network hardware problems. FedoraForum.org is privately owned and is not directly sponsored by the Fedora Project or Red Hat, Inc. My primary purpose behind blogging is to share some of my views about technology, best practices, code and technical tips which may be useful for others (of course I don't ignore Code: # ps -ef |grep rpc.statd rpcuser 30196 1 0 13:39 ? 00:00:00 rpc.statd root 32214 30055 0 14:28 pts/1 00:00:00 grep rpc.statd # ps -ef |grep rpc.lockd root 32216 30055
n3rd Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Dec 1, 2000Posts: 1337 Posted: Wed Jun 12, 2002 9:24 pm Try this: go into /etc/rc3.d/ and do a "grep mountd *" to determine which file pstack Command This command displays a stack trace for each process. Register All Albums FAQ Today's Posts Search Servers & Networking Discuss any Fedora server problems and Networking issues such as dhcp, IP numbers, wlan, modems, etc.