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I was successfully set up and run LTSP4.1 on RH9. The only thing I could not yet figure out after the xinetd started ok, the next thing i.e. NFS service, takes 3 minuts approx to start[the hub indicators start blinking occasionally]!But when the internet connection is on it starts in fraction of a second! All other services start quickly. Once started NFS works full speed and the X terminals can download data in zooming speed.
Tried the exportfs -r with the etc/exports contents commented but no change in NFS startup time.
I tried to search from the LQ threads but not found any solutions.
Hope someone had solved similar thing can help me.
What have you changed in your system lately? Have you added new hardware, such as a new router or access point? Have you installed any new software that may have changed your config files?
Since you said it was working ok, then something must have changed recently.
As I posted that, tryed with /etc/exports contents all commented to see that file system mounting problem or not so uncommented and returned back to previous working exports.
No more change. Trying the user quota to set and make the brcfg with one more NIC but work ...unsuccessful yet and take the NIC down and quota off.
Thanks for your response.