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Did you set it only your IP vs your subnet?Double check it took with: Code:cat /etc/exportsI believe mine hadn't updated at least one of the times I changed it, but I I look forward to the 8.3.x release to make it easier to backup my Ubuntu laptop. I did a quick check to see what options were available to me: [[email protected]:/etc] # grep nfs defaults/rc.conf I decided upon the following options and added them to /etc/rc.conf: nfs_server_enable="YES"# This But if the -maproot=root flag isn't specified (as above), that user won't be able to modify files on the shared directory even if it has root access on the remote client

In addition there are no relevant outgoing/incoming packages being blocked in pflog0. `rpcinfo -p my.provider.tld` gives program vers proto port service 100000 4 tcp 111 rpcbind 100000 3 tcp 111 rpcbind Find More Posts by paragkalra 08-03-2008, 02:42 PM #4 Mr. On the client box, I did this: # cd /usr/ports/
# mv distfiles distfiles.old
# mount mybox:/usr/ports/distfiles /usr/ports/distfiles The above retains the existing distfiles in case of a problem. Consequently, RPC requests contain all the required information in its XDR encoded arguments. https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/24847/

Rpcprog_nfs: Rpc: Program Not Registered

Protocol was originally developed by Sun Microsystems in 1984 (NFSv1) and it uses the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) communication between the involved computers. I normally use tcp mounts, so I didn't "connect" that with this problem.) So, maybe it's some network interaction issue and not an obvious goof up by me w.r.t. So, I wonder if what the others were seeing was something similar? I wasn't root when I tried to mount!

There is still one problem.FreeNAS resets the hosts file every time the system is rebooted.Now I am looking for a way to make that change permanent. That might be why it wouldn't work? (Still doesn't explain why the default was udp and not tcp.) Anyhow, thanks for doing the testing and I'll email again if I find Hartmann-4 On Tue, 2 Jun 2009, O. Clnt_create: Rpc: Port Mapper Failure - Timed Out C. 08-03-2008, 02:23 PM #3 paragkalra Member Registered: Sep 2006 Location: Nagpur, Maharashtra, India Distribution: Debian, Ubuntu, Redhat, Fedora, SLES, OpenSUSE, FreeBSD, Mac OS X Posts: 221 Original Poster

peterh, May 30, 2012 #6 paleoN FreeNAS Guru Joined: Apr 22, 2012 Messages: 1,403 Thanks Received: 18 Trophy Points: 46 I had the same problem or close to it.I got a My goal is to minimize the Internet traffic and to increase the speed with which ports can be installed. The -current umount.c always does this via "udp", so it would fail. http://www.freebsddiary.org/nfs.php When I did an nfsv3,tcp mount I got a similar message, but it was for the NFS NULL RPC.

Maybe I unintentionally changed one of the > defaults. (I think the default is supposed to be nfsv3,tcp but I'll > look.) > > For udp to work, nfsd must Nfs Port An NFS server for v2,3 (NFSv4 is a different story) is "stateless" and doesn't know what mounted on it. So, > first off, check that it is running. > > I did integrate some changes into mountd for the new experimental nfs > subsystem, but those should only be invoked Use this path instead: /usr/home/dan/distributions/4.9-RELEASE/binary/usr/src NOTE: /home is often a symlink for /usr/home.

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The problem seems to be an > unresponsive mountd. > > Let us know if you find out anything more about it, rick > _______________________________________________ > [hidden email] mailing list > Oliver _______________________________________________ [hidden email] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-currentTo unsubscribe, send any mail to "[hidden email]" Rick Macklem Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content Rpcprog_nfs: Rpc: Program Not Registered Until v3, the protocol was operating almost entirely over UDP and therefore it was stateless. Rpcinfo: Can't Contact Portmapper: Rpc: Remote System Error - Connection Timed Out Thanks for all your help PaleoN!

Thus, in FreeBSD 6.x the user is required to replace every instance of portmap with rcpbind in the forthcoming examples. You can either reboot or start the NFS server manually: nfsd -u -t -n 4
mountd -r For FreeBSD 6.x, you need these settings: nfs_server_enable="YES"
rpcbind_enable="YES"
rpcbind_flags="-r" And under 6.x, this DF(s) provide this location transparency to the clients by hiding the underlying distributed structure, naturally in consideration of overhead in transmission and reception in addition to the local disk access times. A mount on 127.0.0.1 won't work either. Rpc Port Mapper Failure - Rpc Timed Out Netapp

Martin, can you test it in your environment? Thanks in advance for any help tracking this down, rick _______________________________________________ [hidden email] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-currentTo unsubscribe, send any mail to "[hidden email]" Martin Sugioarto Reply | Threaded Open this post That your permissions might be not be correct.If I remember right you were mapping users to the nobody user. Notice, I executed rpcinfo each time before restarting nfsd and mountd.

Is rpcbind running? Mount.nfs: Requested Nfs Version Or Transport Protocol Is Not Supported Please make it a warning when someone adds localhost addresses instead of showing bind errors on the interface address. View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by Mr.

Is this a fault of mine or are temporarely >> not-working-condition? >> > Using "mount -t newnfs" uses the experimental nfs client instead of the > regular one, but they should

This is an important option and it is my favorite because while the client is rebooting, we may face an error message similar to the following one: Mounting NFS file systems:[tcp] The following will share my /usr/ports/distfiles directory with the box at 192.168.0.10: /usr/ports/distfiles 192.168.0.10 For more examples, see man exports and the FreeBSD'Zine article mentioned in the first part of this Please also be careful with the code. Mount.nfs: Access Denied By Server While Mounting The message indicates that mountd wasn't responding.

This can be accomplished by; # kill -HUP `cat /var/run/mountd.pid` or by using the rc script; # /etc/rc.d/mountd onereload Restarting NFS Server does not effect already online clients. ByteTamer said: ↑ There is still one problem.FreeNAS resets the hosts file every time the system is rebooted.Now I am looking for a way to make that change permanent.Click to expand... Find More Posts by paragkalra 08-03-2008, 12:55 PM #2 Mr. Valid HTML, CSS , and RSS Copyright © 1997-2016 Dan LangilleAll rights reserved Log in or Sign up FreeNAS Community Home Forums > FreeNAS Forum > Help & Support > Sharing

Stay logged in Sign up now! [email protected]:~$ sudo rpcinfo -p 192.168.90.204 program vers protoportservice 1000004tcp111portmapper 1000003tcp111portmapper 1000002tcp111portmapper 1000004udp111portmapper 1000003udp111portmapper 1000002udp111portmapper 10000047111portmapper 10000037111portmapper 10000027111portmapper 1000051udp896mountd 1000053udp896mountd 1000051tcp896mountd 1000053tcp896mountd 1000032udp2049nfs 1000033udp2049nfs 1000032tcp2049nfs 1000033tcp2049nfs 1000241udp1005status 1000241tcp1005status 1000210udp630nlockmgr 1000210tcp750nlockmgr 1000211udp630nlockmgr 1000211tcp750nlockmgr bg: In direct contradiction to default foreground (fg) behavior, this option ensures the mount operation is backgrounded if the first attempt times out. Below are the IP addresses for our sample implementation; NFS Server: 10.10.10.1 NFS Client: 10.10.10.2 NFS Server Configuration The following options must be configured in the /etc/rc.conf file in order to

Without "-h" or with "-h 131.104.49.243" it seems to work. (This affects udp but not tcp.) I haven't yet figured out why that case is broken, but I'll keep fiddling with I can mount the same export from my osx workstation when using tcp. But I've been doing a lot of blogging at dan.langille.org because I prefer WordPress now. Thus, boxes can share files with other boxes.

If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. Hartmann-4 Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ RPCPROG_MNT: RPC: Timed out / receiving NFS error when trying to But you can try it with a single server. Watson-2 On Tue, 2 Jun 2009, Robert Watson wrote: > > I'm running into a similar-sounding but odd problem on a diskless NFS client > test box running 8.0, but talking

As a result, I removed all "-h" options, so rpcbind listens on "*.*".