[Linux-HA] NFS serving on Ubuntu and 2.6
alanr at unix.sh
Tue Oct 18 14:11:05 MDT 2005
Héctor Cordobés wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have been reading the list archives, and spending some long hours
> looking for info on the web, and I am still clueless...
> This is my problem: I am setting up a NFS server on Ubuntu, and I face
> the feared "Stale NFS handle" issue. Forwards and backwards, any
> resource relocation makes this failure appear.
> I am using nfs-user-server, from Ubuntu 5.04, and a custom 2.6.10 kernel.
> I think that sharing /var/lib/nfs is no good for me. In fact there is no
> directory or file on the whole /var directory with "nfs" on it!
> The other part on the suggested solutions I read implies adding a fixed
> "fsid" on the export. This makes no diference (I may need some more
> changes to make this work). And an "-n hostname" is something I do not
> know what to add it to, as neither rpc.nfsd nor rpc.mountd offer that
> Most examples I have seen use nfs-kernel-server. What a difference does
> it make?
This sounds like a Debian issue. Maybe horms can help you?
Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
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