FW: NFS not working...
wizards at wizdev.net
Wed Jan 2 08:31:11 EST 2002
This is not my experience; any comments on this guy's remarks from the list?
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From: Iain Stevenson <iain at iainstevenson.com>
Reply-To: yellowdog-general at lists.yellowdoglinux.com
Date: Tue, 01 Jan 2002 21:02:30 -0000
To: yellowdog-general at lists.yellowdoglinux.com
Subject: Re: NFS not working...
I've had very bad experiences with 2.4.17 and 2.4.16 over the past two days
- 2.4.17 grinds to a halt after 5 minutes! I wouldn't trust the kernel.
--On Tuesday, January 01, 2002 11:54:13 -0800 Mark Jaffe
<wizards at wizdev.net> wrote:
> I recently had NFS working successfully for me; I had mounted my new box
> (YDL 2.0 with 2.4.15-benh SMP kernel) from my old box (MkLinux) and had
> started moving file systems across. During this process I had a crash on
> the new system and needed to rebuild the new kernel. It is now up to
> 2.4.17 and now NFS does not work. I can mount the new machine from the
> old, but it complains the file system is read-only (even though the
> /etc/exports file contains the single line: /oldsys wizdev.net
> So what could have gone wrong? Where should I begin to look?
> Mark Jaffe | (408) 972-9638 (home)
> Chief Wizard | (408) 807-1530 (cell/page/voicemail)
> Computer Wizards | (425) 795-6421 (FAX)
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