What am I missing any idea ?? Log in to reply. Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes #1 26th April 2008, 12:20 AM tornadof3 Offline Registered User Join Date: May 2006 Location: UK Posts: 164 NFS mounting problems: This is because the server A that required to mount server B is running 64 bit and Server B is running 32 bit. weblink
Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Unanswered Threads Find All Thanked Posts Go to Page... learn unix and linux commands Nfs client mount RPC Error: Monitor Basics Build - Configure CAA Clverify Commands - Cases Config too long DARE - Snapshot Disk Heartbeat Network - Topology Storage - VG, NFS POWERVM Basics Commands AME - AMS SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 2007-02-24T07:12:04Z an unmodified aix 5 installation starts /etc/rc.nfs via /etc/inittab after boot; rc.nfs will start the nfs server if an /etc/exports file exists; the portmap service is also required, Everything else for nfs comes up fine except rpc.mountd, when I tyr > > to do a showmount command I get: > > RPC: 1832-019 Program not registered > > I
Possibly issues with rpc on port 111 Top White Papers and Webcasts Popular Best Practices for a BI and Analytics Strategy Related The State of Converged Infrastructure in 2013 Return Path make sure rc.nfs is not commented out in /etc/inittab >> 3. # stopsrc -g nfs >> 4. # startsrc -s portmap >> 5. # /etc/rc.nfs >> >> That should take care Adapter Virt.
I will try it and keep in touch. MoreWhitePapers Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... So in this case do I need to start nfs serivce on the client, to load nfsd module?? Rpc Program Not Registered Solaris 10 On hard mounts, the intr option should be used to allow a user to interrupt a system call that is waiting on a crashed server.
Eth. Aix Nfsrgyd Inoperative RAM - General RAM - svmon RAM - VMM Tools - topas, nmon Tools - vmstat STORAGE - BACKUP Adapter Basics - SAN Basics - Settings EMC Hitachi HP EVA - Hello, I was having few issues on my linux box, I am getting this error whenever I tried to mount a share on a client linux host. Home | Invite Peers | More UNIX Groups Your account is ready.
You can check syslog on NFS server and client for more info. (A little above there is a case when this helped: nfso -p -o nfs_use_reserved_ports=1, please check that one as Clnt_create Rpc Program Not Registered Linux Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? Therefore, the port numbers will vary from one boot to another, or when mountd is stopped and restarted. sjz344s80 replied Sep 20, 2013 Hi!
Configure NFS on RHEL6 Step by step Vickey View Public Profile Find all posts by Vickey #15 8th January 2014, 03:37 PM DBelton Offline Administrator Join Date: Aug However, for a read-write filesystem, a pending request could be a write request, and so simply giving up could result in corrupted files on the remote filesystem. Verify The Nfs Local Domain Has Been Set, And The Nfsrgyd Process Is Running Unfortunately, this causes a problem when used through a firewall. Mount To Nfs Server Failed Rpc Error Program Not Registered Showmount talks to the rpc.mountd daemon and rpc.mountd daemon stores this information in the /etc/rmtab file.
PCMag Digital Group AdChoices unused Log In E-mail or User ID Password Keep me signed in Recover Password Create an Account Blogs Discussions CHOOSE A TOPIC Business Intelligence C Languages http://blackplanetsupport.com/program-not/program-not-registered-sap.html Log in to reply. Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) CLICK AD TO SUPPORT: Search on this blog: Loading... ReplyDeleteRepliesaixMay 21, 2013 at 8:54 AMHi,I would check /etc/exports again if it looks ok, then checking the permissions of the shared directory. Rpc: 1832-019 Program Not Registered Nfs
Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode September 27th,02:12 AM #1 rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3 Lee UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers 1 09-07-2001 11:01 PM All times are GMT -4. Define bg in the /etc/filesystems file when establishing a predefined mount that will be mounted during system startup. check over here mount: giving up on: 10.126.0.13:/bb Error -1 occurred.
Options: access=client1:client2... <--gives mount access to each client listed (If not specified, any client is allowed to mount) ro Mount Clntudp_create: Rpc: Program Not Registered Restart the NFS service. /etc/init.d/nfs restart 2. please help me..
This is the accepted answer. checked. Have you done that? Chnfsdom SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 6902 Posts Re: Mount remote directory 2007-02-28T00:06:44Z This is the accepted answer.
On client it is generated due to port block on nfs server I don't know whether it would in fedora or not but in RHEL6 it worked fine for me. Try this: 1. Ethernet Adapter IVE - HEA Netcd NFS RSH - RCP Sendmail SSH - SCP SSH - X11 Telnet - FTP NIM Basics Bootpd - Tftpd Client (Install) Client (Machines) LPP Source this content startsrc -g nfs; stopsrc -s nfsd; stopsrc -s rpc.mountd 2.
What is this "rpcbind" program - I don't seem to have this installed?