Help! NFS mount: RPC: Program not registered

Help! NFS mount: RPC: Program not registered

Post by M.. » Tue, 14 Dec 1999 04:00:00



Guys,

Could do with some help here.  Despite having got NFS mounts working on
previous distributions, I'm having problems for some reason with RedHat
5.2 and RedHat 6.0 -- I keep getting "RPC: Program not registered".

I've had a good look through the FAQs and found this (paraphrased)
section:

Is the portmapper running?  If not, start it.
Is mountd running? If not, start it.
Is nfsd running? If not start it.
Is the portmapper forbidden to answer by /etc/hosts.deny?  If so, either
remove the rule in hosts.deny or add a rule to hosts.allow such that the
portmapper is allowed to talk to you.

I've checked this, though, as follows:

On machine#1 (buddha, RH5.2/kernel 2.2.12/mountd:Universal NFS Server
2.2beta37):


    root       731  0.0  1.4  1488   688  ?  S    21:23   0:00
rpc.mountd
    root       740  0.0  1.4  1508   696  ?  S    21:23   0:00 rpc.nfsd

    bin        681  0.0  0.9  1096   452  ?  S    21:17   0:00 portmap

    portmap: LOCAL
    nfsd: LOCAL
    ALL: LOCAL

    /home/matt      seville(rw)


On machine#2 (seville, RH6.0/kernel 2.2.5/mountd:kmountd 1.4.7 (0.4.22))


    1521 pts/9    S      0:00 rpc.statd
    2279 ?        S      0:00 rpc.rquotad
    2290 ?        S      0:00 rpc.mountd --no-nfs-version 3
    2310 pts/9    SW     0:00 [rpciod]

    bin       2214  0.0  0.3  1088  444 ?        S    21:25   0:00
portmap

    portmap: LOCAL
    nfsd: LOCAL
    ALL: LOCAL

    /home/matt      buddha(rw)

    /home/matt      buddha

but, unfortunately, every time I run either:

    mount -t nfs seville:/home/matt /mnt/tmp

from machine#1(buddha) or:

    mount -t nfs buddha:/home/matt /mnt/tmp/

from machine#2(seville), I get:

    mount: RPC: Program not registered

which I cannot understand.  Any help much appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

--
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Help! NFS mount: RPC: Program not registered

Post by Anonymou » Tue, 14 Dec 1999 04:00:00


weird I managed to get around it by upgrading to Kernel 2.2.13.

I had to install from scratch. Damn NFS beta is *

Micky


> Guys,

> Could do with some help here.  Despite having got NFS mounts working on
> previous distributions, I'm having problems for some reason with RedHat
> 5.2 and RedHat 6.0 -- I keep getting "RPC: Program not registered".

> I've had a good look through the FAQs and found this (paraphrased)
> section:

> Is the portmapper running?  If not, start it.
> Is mountd running? If not, start it.
> Is nfsd running? If not start it.
> Is the portmapper forbidden to answer by /etc/hosts.deny?  If so, either
> remove the rule in hosts.deny or add a rule to hosts.allow such that the
> portmapper is allowed to talk to you.

> I've checked this, though, as follows:

> On machine#1 (buddha, RH5.2/kernel 2.2.12/mountd:Universal NFS Server
> 2.2beta37):


>     root       731  0.0  1.4  1488   688  ?  S    21:23   0:00
> rpc.mountd
>     root       740  0.0  1.4  1508   696  ?  S    21:23   0:00 rpc.nfsd

>     bin        681  0.0  0.9  1096   452  ?  S    21:17   0:00 portmap

>     portmap: LOCAL
>     nfsd: LOCAL
>     ALL: LOCAL

>     /home/matt      seville(rw)


> On machine#2 (seville, RH6.0/kernel 2.2.5/mountd:kmountd 1.4.7 (0.4.22))


>     1521 pts/9    S      0:00 rpc.statd
>     2279 ?        S      0:00 rpc.rquotad
>     2290 ?        S      0:00 rpc.mountd --no-nfs-version 3
>     2310 pts/9    SW     0:00 [rpciod]

>     bin       2214  0.0  0.3  1088  444 ?        S    21:25   0:00
> portmap

>     portmap: LOCAL
>     nfsd: LOCAL
>     ALL: LOCAL

>     /home/matt      buddha(rw)

>     /home/matt      buddha

> but, unfortunately, every time I run either:

>     mount -t nfs seville:/home/matt /mnt/tmp

> from machine#1(buddha) or:

>     mount -t nfs buddha:/home/matt /mnt/tmp/

> from machine#2(seville), I get:

>     mount: RPC: Program not registered

> which I cannot understand.  Any help much appreciated.

> Thanks in advance,

> --
> Matt Newsome

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