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Oct 13 12:19:15 xyz nfs: NFS write error on host xyz: Stale NFS file handle.
Oct 13 12:19:15 xyz nfs: (file handle: 68000000 1bc5492e 20000000 377c5e 1ce9395c 720a6203 40000000 bdfb0400)
Oct 13 12:19:15 xyz nfs: NFS write error on host zyz: Stale NFS file handle.
Oct 13 12:19:15 xyz nfs: ... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: psychocandy
2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I need to do bind of exiting filesystem to new storage allocated
mount --bind /prod/OpenCSS /var/lib/test
echo "/prod/OpenCSS /var/lib/pgsql bind bind 0 0" >> /etc/fstab
will this command just work ? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: anil529
3. Shell Programming and Scripting
I need a help of good people with effective bash script to mount nfs shared,
By the way I did the searches, since i haven't found that someone wrote a script like this in the past, I'm sure it will serve more people.
The scenario as follow:
An NFS Client with Daily CRON , running bash script... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Brian.t
Hi 2 ALL,
try to run NFS Server in AIX 7.1 :
1. Step by step on NFS Server node
chgrp staff /tmp/test
chmod 775 /tmp/test-- create export directory (fs)
mknfsexp -d /tmp/test -t ro
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Discussion started by: penchev
currently i wish to build a NFS server (windows based), is it the I/O speed will slower than the NFS server in Solaris?
any impact, i using the NFS in windows? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: SmartAntz
I have a centos as nfs server, its name is centos_A.
After I finish the setup of the nfs server, the other linux can access this nfs server immediately via /net/centos_A/*
My solaris 9 can not access /net/centos_A/* immediately. I have to leave /net/centos_A, and wait for about... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: bruceharbin
in my server all nfs dependices are online but nfs client is offline
root@BIWAPP1 # svcs -a|grep nfs
disabled Sep_05 svc:/network/nfs/server:default
online Sep_05 svc:/network/nfs/rquota:default
online Sep_05 svc:/network/nfs/mapid:default
online ... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: spandhan
8. Red Hat
I am running a RHEL4 server. We have 4 nics, which are paired to create bond0 and bond1. BOND0 is on a vlan which can see our storage system. BOND1 cannot see the storage system. I would like to lock down the system, so that NFS share can only mounted via BOND0. Has anyone done... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: vada010
When i see in the /var/adm/messages, i saw the following error
unix: NFS write error on host : Stale NFS file handle.
unix: (file handle: 45ca415 3e7 a0000 2c7f6 3ebfc25f a0000 2 3e49)
It is using sunOS 5.7. Is anybody know what is this error?
Is is related to any network... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: AirWalker83
info(4) Kernel Interfaces Manual info(4)
info - diskless client configuration information file
The file is a POSIX shell sourceable file which contains parameter definitions used at boot time. Typically, it will be an empty file and
default values will be used for all parameters. Following is the list of parameters which can be defined in the file:
Specifies the IP address of the client's private root server. If this is not
specified, the client's private root server defaults to the boot server.
Specifies the pathname to the client's private root on the private root
server. If this is not specified, the client's private root path defaults to
Specifies the NFS mount options to mount the client's private root from
the private root server. If this is not specified, the mount options default to
Specifies the NFS mount options to mount the client's
directory from the boot server. If this is not specified, the mount options default to
Specifies whether NFS should be configured as primary swap. (NOTE: In
order to swap to NFS, a diskless kernel must be configured with tunable parameter set to 1.) If a diskless
machine has a local swap disk and swap to NFS is not desired, the parameter should be set to the value of 1
and the diskless kernel should be configured without setting to 1. If this parameter is not specified in
the file and the kernel tunable parameter is set to 1, then NFS will be configured as primary swap.
If not set, this parameter defaults to a value of 1, and results in the
removal of all swapfiles above the configured swap minimum (swap is specified in the client's when a disk-
less client boots. This ensures that extraneous swapfiles at boot time are removed, thus freeing disk
space. If is set to 0 in the file, removal of extra swapfiles is disabled. This may result in faster boot
times due to the time savings in creating additional swap files.
The file resides in the same directory as the client's kernel () on the boot server and is retrieved at boot time using command. By
default, when a diskless client is created, an empty file is placed in the client's kernel directory. This ensures that all parameters
revert to their default values (see above). If the file is not present, this is an error.
An example file is shown below: