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axehind
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Post by axehind » 2008/10/28 17:12:45

Hi,

I'm using CentOS 5 x86_64 with all the latest updates as a NFS server using NFSv4. I keep getting this in my log

nfs4_cb: server 10.0.0.221 not responding, timed out
nfs4_cb: server 10.0.0.239 not responding, timed out
nfs4_cb: server 10.0.0.225 not responding, timed out
nfs4_cb: server 10.0.0.242 not responding, timed out
nfs4_cb: server 10.0.0.240 not responding, timed out
nfs4_cb: server 10.0.0.243 not responding, timed out
nfs4_cb: server 10.0.0.244 not responding, timed out
nfs4_cb: server 10.0.0.241 not responding, timed out


The nfs clients (CentOS 4) are dual homed on a 10.0.0/24 network and a 192.0.0/24 network while the nfs server is just on the 192 network.
I believe this is caused by the nfs clients trying to call back to the server using the wrong network. Is there a way to fix this
without putting the server on the 10.0.0/24 network?

rotorboy
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Post by rotorboy » 2011/02/24 23:58:54

I seem to get these same messages on my NFS4 host every few minutes.
I'm not sure if it's related, but the host machine seems to freeze up every so often as well.
The client server seems to have no trouble accessing the files and does not freeze up.

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Re: nfs4_cb

Post by pschaff » 2011/02/25 22:10:37

Please review the recommended reading and don't hijack threads, [b]rotorboy[/b]. If you have additional questions please start a fresh Topic.

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