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Re: NFS broken by recent Fedora 9 update?



On 2008/12/15 19:16 (GMT-0500) Tom Lane composed:

> Jason L Tibbitts III <tibbs math uh edu> writes:

>> Maybe the rpcbind update, which has been discussed in a few places
>> already?  You don't mention seeing any selinux denials in your
>> logs, so it's tough to tell, but if so then pulling the selinux
>> p0olicy packages from updates-testing should fix the issue.

> Hmm ... nothing from selinux, but I do see several repetitions of this
> when attempting an outbound automount:

> Dec 15 19:06:14 rh2 kernel: rpcbind: server localhost not responding, timed out
> Dec 15 19:06:14 rh2 kernel: RPC: failed to contact local rpcbind server (errno 5).

This happened in openSUSE when portmap was replaced with rpcbind because the
update did not turn rpcbind on.
https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=431722

At almost exactly the same time, what seems to have been the same thing
happened on my Rawhide box. Turning rpcbind on only fixed openSUSE, not
Rawhide, and I have no idea how to get nfs to work again on that box. Sounds
like we both have same problem. :-(

> Nothing at all in /var/log/messages for an inbound automount, though.
> [tries some other stuff ...]  Incoming afpd sessions not very happy
> either.  I feel fortunate that I can still ssh into the box.

> Grumble.  Why the heck are we doing major breakage in F9 rather than
> rawhide, or at least F10 where people could expect some instability at
> this point!?

I didn't file or find a Fedora bug about it. I figured surely someone else
would find something so important and an update would show up before F10
release. :-(
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