Subject: Re: mountd problems
To: Henry R. Bent <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris Tribo <email@example.com>
Date: 04/29/2002 11:33:52
On Mon, 29 Apr 2002, Henry R. Bent wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to use a /125 running 1.5.2 as an NFS-based host for a VAX
> 4000/200. Everything ran cleanly until I got to the NFS part of the process.
> I can load nfsd but mountd refuses to run. If I just run "mountd" it doesn't
> stay resident: not in the task list, no /var/run/mountd.pid. If I say "mountd
> -d" it prints all of its normal debugging info, which all looks fine, but then
> just quits. If I say "showmount localhost" it just sits there. I'm using the
> generic kernel so as to be sure that I have NFS support compiled in. Does
> anyone have any ideas?
Do you have RPCbind running? (Once upon a time it was called port
mapper) Just go to /etc and add NFSSERVER=YES to rc.conf, which may need
you to reboot. You can also try /etc/rc.d/nfsserver start. This is all off
the top of my head so these names may not be exactly correct, but it
should be a start.