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Old 08-30-2004, 01:50 PM   #1
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delay on mount -t nfs

Hi Fellas,

I try to mount a shared partition on my slackware, everything is fine, but the delay it is too high (3 min) to mount. Anyone can help me?

the command to mount is this:

mount -t nfs <ip>:/shared /mnt/my

my /etc/exports (on server) is:


and with localhost (mount -t nfs /test) works fine (on server). And the portmap has been started on the client.

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