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Old 09-16-2003, 11:10 AM   #1
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nfs server reported service unavailable: Address already in use

I'm trying to get NFS working on my RH 8 boxes. Using udp, I can see the files on the NFS server and make small writes to text files, but once i put too much text in the file and try to save it....the console freezes. It doesn't max out the cpu, just freezes the remote console so i have to open a new one.

So I did some research on trying to get NFS to work with TCP. I don't seem to be having any luck with it.

Could someone point me in the direction of what I have to do to get NFS to work with TCP?



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