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Old 08-09-2011, 10:50 AM   #1
r.g.babukarthik
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portmap failure


hi in order to configure nfs server

mkdir /vm_shared
etc/exports

/vm_shared 10.10.34.133/24(rw,syn)
my subnet :255.255.240.0

service nfs restart
chkconfig nfs on
exports -r
showmount -e


and in client system
show mount -e 10.10.33.220

mount clntudp_create:RPC Port mapper failure

pls solve this
hi every body , in the two systems i have installed xcp , in order to migrate the vm , i created a common storage in one name vm_shared and in /etc/exports file i have made
changes
/vm_shared *(rw, no_root_squash,sync)

but i could not be able to access the common storage from second system.

so for nfs i restarted the nfs and portmap
and exportfs -v every thing is working well in system one

to mount from system 2 i tried the following command
mount 10.10.33.220:/vm_shared /vm_shared
its showing the following errors
mount to NFS server 10.10.33.220 failed: sytem Error : connection refused

even i stopped the firewall by..
service iptables stop
please solve this problem, so that both the system have to access the common storage

Last edited by r.g.babukarthik; 08-11-2011 at 10:23 AM.
 
Old 08-09-2011, 06:35 PM   #2
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Hi, r. g.,

Can you let us know which version of linux you are running on your client and server sides?

Generally, I think your client is not running the portmapper. Testing for that will depend on which flavor of linux you're using.

Thanks!
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