[clug] Issues mounting a RHEL4 nfs export.

Robert robert at apex.net.au
Mon Jan 29 00:05:18 GMT 2007

Did you add something like the following to /etc/hosts.allow

portmap: 150.203.2.

Antony Wuth wrote:
> On 1/25/07, Brett Worth <brett at worth.id.au> wrote:
>> On 1/25/07, Antony Wuth <foobie at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Currently the RHEL4 machine seems to be playing badly. The solaris end
>> of
>> > the connection seems to just timeout with: NFS server xx.xx.xx not
>> > responding still trying.
>> When the RH box was installed did you say no to the selinux option?
>> You need to make sure this is off.
> We installed with selinux in permissive mode -> changing to disabled &
> rebooting
> didn't seem to help.
> Also do you have any firewall rules active that could be blocking it?
>> "iptables -L"
> Reporting things are wide open.
> Might be time to suck it up and log a support call, I have managed to avoid
> such pain so far.
> Thanks
> Antony

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