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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 10:46 pm    Post subject: Can't mount exported directory with NFS[solved] Reply with quote

Hi all,

At work, I export my desktop home directory to other computers. My exports file looks like this:
Code:

/home/me @group1(rw,async,no_root_squash) @group2(rw,async,no_root_squash)

Anyway, it appears that I am able to mount the exported directory with:
Code:

mount -v -t nfs4 -o rw,nosuid,nodev,hard,intr mycomputer:/home/me /home/dayd

When I change to the directory after mounting it and type ls, it freezes. tail messages on the client shaows
Code:

Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]: New client: 104c3
Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]: nss_getpwnam: name '0' does not map into domain 'xxx.xxx.com'
Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]: Client 104c2: (user) name "0" -> id "65534"
Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]: Client 104c2: (group) name "0" -> id "65534"
Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]: nss_getpwnam: name '6686' does not map into domain 'xxx.xxx.com'
Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]: Client 104c2: (user) name "6686" -> id "65534"
Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]: Client 104c2: (group) name "100" -> id "65534"
Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]: New client: 104c4
Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]: Stale client: 104c3
Oct 19 17:02:25 xenon rpc.idmapd[9450]:    -> closed /var/lib/nfs/rpc_pipefs//nfs/clnt104c3/idmap

name 6686 is indeed my uid.

Anyone suggest how to fix this? It is one of thos e things that just used to work and no longer does after a fresh install.

Thanks.

**EDIT**
It appears that I just had a TON of stale mounts and what not lying around. Once I maually unmounted anything and everything connected with nfs, stopped it, shutdown autofs, and restarted it all, it appears to work without needing to reboot.
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