Wacky RPC clnttcp_create problem

Wacky RPC clnttcp_create problem

Post by Kyle VanderBee » Wed, 04 Dec 1996 04:00:00



I am running Linux 2.0.22 on a P75 with 40meg and both SCSI and EIDE
disk.  Just recently I started encountered a problem where the follow
error occurs when I do an 'ls -l':

        clnttcp_create: RPC: Program not registered
        Segmentation fault

Any clues or hints as to how I can get rid of this, or at least exactly
what it means?

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Wacky RPC clnttcp_create problem

Post by Kyle VanderBee » Wed, 04 Dec 1996 04:00:00



>         clnttcp_create: RPC: Program not registered
>         Segmentation fault

Doh.  Found my own problem.  It was something that had been un-tarred
and had oddball (U|G)IDs on the files.  It was then trying to use YP to
resolve the numbers that weren't in my local /etc/passwd, and that's
what was bailing (missing some part of YP).  Sorry about that.

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