I am sorry for the delay in my summary, put my mail-server was down for
a few days, and then I went down for a few days (nasty flu bug).
Anyway, I was able to fix my showfh RPC timed out " error by installing
the Sun patch 100371-02 on the IPX that is running 4.1.2. Apparently, this
is a know bug on systems running 4.1.1 and 4.1.2, but is fixed in 4.1.3.
the patch can be found via anon ftp at:
sunsite.unc.edu (18.104.22.168) in /pub/sun-info/sun-fixes
(as pointed out by the FAQ).
Thanks to all who responded.
stern@sunne.East.Sun.COM (Hal Stern - NE Area Systems Engineer)
email@example.com (Michael Sullivan)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Glenn Satchell - Uniq Professional Services)
rae@nvg_troy.nvg.com (James Rae)
Tom Leach <email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org.COM (Paul Cushing)
My original post:
>I have been getting alot of NFS write error 13 on host HOST
>for a few days now. Soooo, I looked in the FAQ for this group
>and found the answer to my question (ie: that the exports file
>from NFS server is probably wrong). I checked the exports file
>and it is correct. Next I tried using the "showfh" command to
>see if it was a "permission denied" problem as stated by the
>FAQ. Well, when I try to execute this command either from the
>client that has the mounted filesystem OR the server that is
>exporting it I get the following message:
>showfh: 708: RPC: Port mapper failure - RPC: Timed out
>Now, on the machine that is getting the message it looks
>NFS write error 13 on host HOSTNAME fh 708 1 a0000 3141a 2d2e76e3 a0000 2 31bd7ee9
>The machine that has mounted the filesystem is a SPARCstation IPX running
>SunOS 4.1.2. The NFS Server is a SPARCstation 10 Model 30 running SunOS 4.1.3.
>I am using DNS but do not (and have no plans to) run NIS.
>If I need to RTFM, great, which part of the FM do I need to R?
>Thank-you in advance.
Ford Motor Company
Scientific Reserach Lab
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