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Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page Ivan Azuara Regular Advisor Options Mark Best regards, JB Le Tue, 22 Mar 2011 13:24:21 +0000 (UTC), JKB <[email protected]> ¨¦crivait : > Hello, > > I use several diskless solaris 10 servers. This probably is the major flaw. I haven't seen those console messages in years, but we used to have a number of Dell Unix machines (a sys5r4 based unix, early to mid 90's) that constantly had nfs his comment is here

All systems run fine during > a lot of hours, but sometimes, one of these servers writes on console : > > "NFS getattr failed for server..." > > and system The error is below: You can see I started the nfs subsystem # startsrc -g nfs0513-059 The biod Subsystem has been started. Thank you for your help! [Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index] Re: NFS access failed .... https://www.redhat.com/archives/redhat-list/2006-January/msg00399.html

Nfs Compound Failed For Server Error 5 (rpc Timed Out)

Increasing the number of attempts to reach the server makes the client less likely to produce an RPC error during brief periods of server loading.

18. means I can't remember the last part which lets you force your cards to come up at full speed.Here is a story.I had problems with Ignite transfers. Any suggestions?-----------------------------Are you using "soft" mounts? That is just a temporary fix.

  • The switch was set to auto negotiate and the card showed up as 100 BaseT full duplex.Because of known problems with Cisco swtiches, we had network administration change the switch setting
  • Have you checked if statd and lockd are still running (ps -ef) on the clients when this happens?
  • Check it.

I don't have any explanation. NFS-Problem Posted: Dec 3, 2008 12:02 AM ReplyHi, I have some problems with an nfs-mount to a netapp-filer.The mountoptions are as follows:soft,noac,rsize=65536,wsize=65536,vers=3,proto=udpIn /var/adm/messages I get messages like this:Dec 3 08:04:11 uaizk15 Read-only is one thing, file systems mounted read/write were the culprits. -bruce [email protected] JKB <[email protected]> wrote: > Only solution : reboot Solaris 10. Nfs Fsinfo Failed For Server Error 5 (rpc: Timed Out) Action Because this message usually indicates server hardware failure, initiate repair procedures as soon as possible.

I'm sure that NFS > server run because all other servers are not affected. Nfs Access Failed For Server Error 5 (rpc: Timed Out) RPC timeouts may be caused by extremely slow servers, or they can occur if a server crashes and is down or rebooting while an RPC retransmission cycle is in progress.

I've yet to see a working Linux NFS server and likely never will. https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19455-01/806-1075/msgs-1751/index.html By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. End of content United StatesHewlett Packard Enterprise International CorporateCorporateAccessibilityCareersContact UsCorporate ResponsibilityEventsHewlett Packard LabsInvestor RelationsLeadershipNewsroomSitemapPartnersPartnersFind a PartnerPartner

Killing off the process (if there) and manually starting it up again fixed it for a while, but usually it meant to schedule the machine for a reboot "soon". Nfs Fsstat Failed For Server Rpc Timed Out On those it usually meant lockd failed on the clients, if not totally absent (not running), it was running but was stuck in a loop, accumilating a lot of cpu time. Client-Side Performance Tuning18.3. NFS-Problem Posted: Dec 3, 2008 12:02 AM ReplyHi, I have some problems with an nfs-mount to a netapp-filer.The mountoptions are as follows:soft,noac,rsize=65536,wsize=65536,vers=3,proto=udpIn /var/adm/messages I get messages like this:Dec 3 08:04:11 uaizk15

Nfs Access Failed For Server Error 5 (rpc: Timed Out)

NFS fsinfo failed for servera1a04824 (MIS)13 May 03 18:44Hi. Casper--Expressed in this posting are my opinions. Nfs Compound Failed For Server Error 5 (rpc Timed Out) but only AFTERupgrading from solaris 9, to solaris 10. Nfs Getattr Failed For Server Error 5 (rpc Timed Out) Subsystem PID is 9556.0513-059 The nfsd Subsystem has been started.

I had to restart the server. this content Sami Why these NFS servers ran fine during four years ? (NFSv3) JKB I've seen many systems run fine for years until they hit a bug. Faulty server > is randomly selected from all diskless servers. > > On nfs server (linux/sparc T1000), I haven't done special > configuration, but on client side, I have forced NFSv2 Use rpcinfo -t server program command# rpcinfo -t nfs_server 100005 ( 100005 is the program for rpc.mountd )rogram 100005 version 1 ready and waitingrpcinfo: RPC: Program/version mismatch; low version = 1, Nfs Getattr Failed For Server Error 7 (rpc Authentication Error)

Subsystem PID is 14156. This seems like a simple issue that I am just not getting. My two-cent comment is you said you are using a linux box to export the file systems. weblink Use the ping command against the NFS Server name or IP address.

Mark.AIXSPadmin (MIS)13 May 03 19:27That should have read /etc/rc.tcpip, and 'r' not a 't' - I mistyped. Nfs Lookup Failed For Server Faulty server > is randomly selected from all diskless servers. > > On nfs server (linux/sparc T1000), I haven't done special > configuration, but on client side, I have forced NFSv2 Any explanation ?

So the server itself appears to be still functioning 3.

I have verified that the Solaris 8 share is working as it is mountable by other Solaris and HP-UX systems. Thanks, Peter Checking nfsd: [email protected]:/# rpcinfo -T tcp filer406 nfsprogram 100003 version 2 ready and waitingprogram 100003 version 3 ready and waiting [email protected]:/# rpcinfo -T udp filer406 nfsprogram 100003 version 2 error 5 (RPC: Timed out) From: unix syzadmin [Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index] Documentation Home > Solaris Common Messages and Troubleshooting Guide I can see that the share is available to everyone # showmount -e 128.66.76.250export list for 128.66.76.250:/export/aix (everyone) And here is the error: # mount 128.66.76.250:/export/aix /mntNFS fsinfo failed for server

They are in no way relatedto opinions held by my employer, Sun Microsystems.Statements on Sun products included here are not gospel and maybe fiction rather than truth. I am fairly new to AIX but am an experienced HP-UX and Solaris person. rpcinfo -p "windows_host"Do you see nfs programs??a contineous ping to windows host will also help.Anil There is no substitute to HARDWORK 0 Kudos Reply Ivan Azuara Regular Advisor Options Mark as check over here Use the intr mount option if your client doesn't specify interrupts by default.

The problem is, when I try to mount the share on an AIX system, I get an error. Any data written to the server during this period could be corrupted.