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I am trying to install some SW which needs an NFS shared file from the
server to the client.
The server NFS shares that file, and the client NFS mounts it.
NFS server is
Red Hat Linux release 7.3 (Valhalla)
running on a V60x.
The NFS client is
/scs/bin # more /etc/*rel*
SuSE Linux 9.0 (x86-64)
VERSION = 9.0
running on a V20z.
The client hangs on the mount:
DEBUG : run on 10.6.218.153: /usr/bin/env LNX_NFS_MNT_OPTS=tcp,bg,intr,soft SOL_NFS_MNT_OPTS= /usr/mgmt/sbin/pe /scs/bin/gemm_prepare.sh nfsmount add 10.6.218.140 /stuff/default/common
DEBUG : RC is 32, result is adding SGE mount point
Remove Net File System (NFS)..done
Shutting down RPC portmap daemon..done
Starting RPC portmap daemon..done
Importing Net File System (NFS)mount: backgrounding "10.6.218.140:/stuffdefault/common"
nfs server reported service unavailable: Address already in use
My question is: What options should I use to make this happen?