Receive "modprobe: Canít locate module block-major-" and disconnects NFS mount
I have this message appear about 3-5 times a week (interesting enough, always around 2:15am every Monday like clockwork) that knocks out my NFS mount to a NAS device. I receive the following message in syslog:
modprobe: modprobe: Canít locate module block-major-65.
The message will repeat with modprobe errors for block-major-[66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135] in a row [all the messages appear in the same time/second]
At the same time this happens, it knocks out my NFS mount to a NAS device. For example, last Monday -- I received the message ďnfs: warning: mount version older than kernelĒ and ďNFS: mount program didnít pass remote address!Ē on the console when these modprobe messages appears in syslog for one second. I think the modprobe is causing the issue, thus NFS is collateral damage.
Could anyone give me any background on what might be causing it? (The timing, every Monday at 2:15am makes me think that some scheduled job [cron] is doing something but I donít see evidence of that)Ö Anything on what I can do and why it would take out my NFS mount.
I am currently running Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS Release 3 (Update 7) and have Compaq/HP DL360 G3...Iím using modutils-2.4.25-14.EL and kernel level is 2.4.21-37EL
Thanks in advance for your response(s)!