NFS mountd authorization problem

NFS mountd authorization problem

Post by werergergredfvg334t4e » Thu, 13 Dec 2001 23:40:28



I've got a dual cpu Ultra60 running Solaris 8 with the December, 2001
recommended patchset installed.

The main purpose of the machine is to act as an NFS server in a
heterogeneous unix & windows environment. When the machine comes under
load, the mountd process starts generating errors and the machine stops
responding to NFS mount requests.

Any machine which currently has a remote filesystem from the Solaris box
mounted can continue to access the files on that filesystem, but if
other machines attempt to
mount a filesystem from the Solaris box, the mount request fails.

Here's some of the messages from the system log:

Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 367356 daemon.error]
svc_tli_create: could not bind to requested address: No Error
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 436217 daemon.error]
svc_create: svc_tli_create failed
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 367356 daemon.error]
svc_tli_create: could not bind to requested address: No Error
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 436217 daemon.error]
svc_create: svc_tli_create failed
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 367356 daemon.error]
svc_tli_create: could not bind to requested address: No Error
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 436217 daemon.error]
svc_create: svc_tli_create failed
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 882487 daemon.error] unable
to create nfsauth service

Any insight on what I'm seeing and how to fix it?

Thanks

 
 
 

1. NFS mountd authorization problem with Solaris 8

This time, with the correct From: header ;-)

I've got a dual cpu Ultra60 running Solaris 8 with the December, 2001
recommended patchset installed.

The main purpose of the machine is to act as an NFS server in a
heterogeneous unix & windows environment. When the machine comes under
load, the mountd process starts generating errors and the machine stops
responding to NFS mount requests.

Any machine which currently has a remote filesystem from the Solaris box

mounted can continue to access the files on that filesystem, but if
other machines attempt to
mount a filesystem from the Solaris box, the mount request fails.

Here's some of the messages from the system log:

Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 367356 daemon.error]
svc_tli_create: could not bind to requested address: No Error
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 436217 daemon.error]
svc_create: svc_tli_create failed
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 367356 daemon.error]
svc_tli_create: could not bind to requested address: No Error
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 436217 daemon.error]
svc_create: svc_tli_create failed
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 367356 daemon.error]
svc_tli_create: could not bind to requested address: No Error
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 436217 daemon.error]
svc_create: svc_tli_create failed
Dec 12 09:02:00 sun-repo2 mountd[28715]: [ID 882487 daemon.error] unable

to create nfsauth service

Any insight on what I'm seeing and how to fix it?

Thanks

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