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I tested that when implementing test/e2e/volumes.go (May 2015) and I am sure I tested both Debian (wheezy?) and Fedora 21 as the hosts. How well are the timeout parameters matched on the server and client sides? Elric, Sep 9, 2013 #7 gizmojunkee Messages: 9 Hi Eric, thanks again for your swift answer. The commands you are looking for:Code:mount -uw / mount -ro /Changes file system on USB stick to read-write and back to read-only. -- FreeNAS-9.1.1-RELEASE-x64 | Define XL R2 | Supermicro this content

Also please provide us with the below command output: cat /proc/sys/fs/nfs/nfs_mountpoint_timeout cat /proc/filesystems | grep nfs grep -i SOFTMOUNT_TIMEOUT /opt/xensource/sm/nfs.py Regards, Sudhanshu 1361-365808-1880479 Back to top Andrey Rusov Members I am not sure how to get logs from the kublet however. four43 commented Oct 15, 2015 @jsafrane - The author himself! Then post here the number of report.

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The information in /etc/rmtab can become stale if the server goes down abruptly, or if clients are physically removed without unmounting the file system. Powered by Blogger. https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/blob/master/pkg/util/mount/mount_linux.go#L102 four43 commented Oct 16, 2015 @jsafrane - I have found the following logs on the host that ran the nfs-server container: $ sudo cat /var/log/containers/nfs-server_default_nfs-server-c145cc9fc963ca4796ab735f60ea1907afc435957408922fde484815343af581.log {"log":"/exports/ OPEN,ISDIR \n","stream":"stdout","time":"2015-10-16T06:53:59.685662925Z"} {"log":"/exports/ ACCESS,ISDIR startsrc -g nfs; stopsrc -s nfsd; stopsrc -s rpc.mountd 2.

This filesystem is already in use by the application team.Is it possible to edit the info in /etc/filesystems with out unmounting the filesystem.If it is possible please suggest how to proceed?If Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Without rpcbind, showmount or mount.nfs won't be able to find the nfs mountd port. Mount.nfs: Portmap Query Failed: Rpc: Timed Out From my understanding on NFS and Networking I get the feeling somewhere is a packet not coming back to confirm the mount is complete or authorised or something.

Chek "host " command and make an entry (on both - server and client), if necessary in order to get the same results. Mount.nfs Connection Timed Out Centos Please helpReplyDeleteAnonymousSeptember 9, 2014 at 5:31 PMWhith showmount -a in the server (nfs), you can show the list of clients to exportfs. That way however I get an isolated subnet only accessible from the Host the VM is running on. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1906584 Here is the output of kernel.log with full rpcdebug: Jun 17 16:33:52 xenora kernel: [516577.987417] NFS: get client cookie (0xffff8800d2be1800/0xffff88010f8a5370) Jun 17 16:33:52 xenora kernel: [516577.987426] RPC:

Again if I choose the same in SHARED mode it works in like 1-2 seconds. Rpc Mount Export: Rpc: Timed Out This file is read automatically by the exportfs command. After the set number of retransmissions has been used, the soft mount gives up and returns an error.A hard mount retries a request until a server responds. vBulletin 2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

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Member fabioy commented Oct 16, 2015 Is this issue still active? Configure NFS server - check if all the necessary daemons are running (don't forget inetd and portmap) lssrc -g nfs Daemons on server: rpc.mountd, nfsd, rpc.statd, rpc.lockd, portmap, Mount.nfs Connection Timed Out Linux four43 commented Oct 15, 2015 @jsafrane - Ah, that certainly makes sense. Mount.nfs Connection Timed Out Ubuntu Not shown: 986 closed ports PORT STATE SERVICE 22/tcp open ssh 80/tcp open http 111/tcp open rpcbind 139/tcp open netbios-ssn 161/tcp open snmp 445/tcp open microsoft-ds 515/tcp open printer 548/tcp open

I'm new to NFS, so I'd like some help. http://computerhelpdev.com/timed-out/psp-connection-timed-out-help.php I have several hosts with Xenserver 6.5 installed. You can check syslog on NFS server and client for more info. (A little above there is a case when this helped: nfso -p -o nfs_use_reserved_ports=1, please check that one as Thanks! Mount.nfs: Connection Timed Out Vagrant

It turned out the network interface was not configured properly (Debian testing VM guest on Debian testing KVM host). simple_transaction_get+0x9b/0xb0 [53795.894497] [] nfsctl_transaction_write+0x4c/0x80 [nfsd] [53795.894499] [] __vfs_write+0x37/0x100 [53795.894500] [] ? __sb_start_write+0x58/0x110 [53795.894503] [] ? Join Us! *Tek-Tips's functionality depends on members receiving e-mail. http://computerhelpdev.com/timed-out/err-connection-timed-out-the-operation-timed-out.php Execute at Mac /Application/Utilities/Terminal and run in it "ifconfig -a", 2.

four43 commented Oct 15, 2015 Ah ha! Portmap Query Failed: Rpc: Remote System Error - Connection Refused four43 commented Oct 15, 2015 @jsafrane - Looking logs, I got what you did, looking pretty happy: $ kubectl logs nfs-server Serving /mnt/data NFS started I ran the container locally to Unfortunately, this causes a problem when used through a firewall.

do_audit_syscall_entry+0x4b/0x70 [53795.894509] [] SyS_write+0x55/0xc0 [53795.894511] [] entry_SYSCALL_64_fastpath+0x12/0x71 [53795.894513] ---[ end trace 0a4ebbfca3a54ac2 ]--- [53795.894514] NFSD: Unable to initialize client recovery tracking! (-22) [53795.894515] NFSD: starting 90-second grace period (net ffff8803ba322480) Umm,

Member jsafrane commented Oct 15, 2015 Kernel: 4.2.3-300.fc23.x86_64 [Fedora 23 Beta-ish] Docker: 1.8.2-fc23 Docker version is IMO irrelevant here. Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! four43 commented Oct 16, 2015 Ah, I ran on a minion and got a lot of output! Mount.nfs: Trying Text-based Options Eth.

Code: 100003 2 udp 2049 nfs 100003 3 udp 2049 nfs 100003 4 udp 2049 nfs 100003 2 tcp 2049 nfs 100003 3 tcp 2049 nfs 100003 4 tcp 2049 nfs The thing is that there somewhere in NAS configuration could be configured that only this Mac can connect. The lockd daemon on the client sends lock requests to the server lock daemon through the RPC. check my blog I tried your exact instructions, still no go: $ docker run --privileged -d --name nfs jsafrane/nfs-data $ docker inspect nfs | grep IP ... "IPAddress": "192.168.254.3", ... $ sudo mount -vvv

stopsrc -s rpc.mountd 3. Pretty much all security features are switched off. For some reason NFS server crashes or it goes offline. My Host System is OS-X Mountain Lion.

jlowdermilk closed this Oct 20, 2015 This was referenced Oct 21, 2015 Closed mount should be more verbose returning error message #16030 Open No easy universal shared storage example #16741 Does it have the latest BIOS/firmware updates? 1361-365808-1879650 Back to top Andrey Rusov Members #14 Andrey Rusov 23 posts Posted 18 June 2015 - 10:41 AM Hi Tobias, I don't Stay logged in Parallels Forums Home Forums > Parallels Cross-Platform Solutions > Parallels Desktop for Mac > Linux Guest OS Discussion > Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules After I manually put my settings back on the original drive I decided to double check the NFS issue.If I remember right showmount -e took forever before.