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I have mounting as below, on client side, I issue the command nfsstat -m, the timeo=650 /apps/commapps_sol from uxsun12-20:/eng/commapps_sol Flags: vers=3,proto=udp,sec=sys,hard,intr,link,symlink,rs ize=32768,wsize=32768,retrans=5,timeo=650 I would like to change the timeo to 10, where should I change? Thansk...

  1. #1

    Default nfsstat -m for checking timeo

    I have mounting as below, on client side, I issue the
    command nfsstat -m, the timeo=650

    /apps/commapps_sol from uxsun12-20:/eng/commapps_sol
    Flags:
    vers=3,proto=udp,sec=sys,hard,intr,link,symlink,rs ize=32768,wsize=32768,retrans=5,timeo=650

    I would like to change the timeo to 10, where should I change?
    Thansk

    blackdog Guest

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    Default Re: nfsstat -m for checking timeo

    Like everything else displayed in that output of nfsstat, timeo is a mount
    option you may specify in your automount map, vfstab, or mount comment line

    i.e.
    mount -F nfs -o
    vers=3,proto=udp,sec=sys,hard,intr,link,
    symlink,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,retrans=5,timeo=10
    server:/export/dir /mountpoint

    (all one line of course)

    blackdog wrote:
     

    Jamie Guest

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    Default Re: nfsstat -m for checking timeo


    Jamie Beverly wrote: [/ref]

    Is the configuration set up is on NIS server?
    I could not find the configuration at client side.
    I have checked vfstab or auto.master.

    mount -F nfs -o
    vers=3,proto=udp,sec=sys,hard,intr,link,
    symlink,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,retrans=5,timeo=1 0
    server:/export/dir /mountpoint

    blackdog Guest

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    Default Re: nfsstat -m for checking timeo

    It could be in NIS, if the mount in question is a automount, in which case a
    ypcat auto_master would indicate which map contained the mount.
    you can also check your local /etc/auto_master, and see if it's there.

    however the resource was mounted will be the location of the mount options
    used to mount it. i.e. if you typed mount -a, or perhaps
    mount /apps/commapps_sol, then it was mounted from /etc/vfstab. If it was
    mounted on the command line, then the mount options were specified at that
    time. If mounted via automount, then the options would be specified in the
    automount map, (which could be in nis, nis+, ldap, /etc/auto_*, etc)

    an example auto_master map might look like this:

    /apps auto_apps -retry=2

    and the auto_apps map might look like this

    commapps_sol -timeo=650,hard,rsize=32768,wsize=32768
    somehost:/export/apps_sol



    or, your vfstab may look like this

    somehost:/apps_sol - /apps/commapps_sol
    nfs - yes timeo=650,hard


    you should bare in mind that many of those values are default values, and
    may not be explicitely defined anywhere.



    blackdog wrote:
     [/ref]
    >
    > Is the configuration set up is on NIS server?
    > I could not find the configuration at client side.
    > I have checked vfstab or auto.master.
    >
    > mount -F nfs -o
    > vers=3,proto=udp,sec=sys,hard,¬intr,link,
    > symlink,rsize=32768,wsize=3276¬8,retrans=5,timeo= 10
    > server:/export/dir /mountpoint[/ref]

    Jamie Guest

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    Default Re: nfsstat -m for checking timeo

    I have NetApps as filer, and a sun solaris 8 as NIS server.
    I could not find mount set up configuretation on NIS server
    /etc/auto_master or
    /var/yp/src area.
    Any Idea? Appreciate your help.
    Thanks

    Jamie Beverly wrote: 
    > >
    > > Is the configuration set up is on NIS server?
    > > I could not find the configuration at client side.
    > > I have checked vfstab or auto.master.
    > >
    > > mount -F nfs -o
    > > vers=3,proto=udp,sec=sys,hard,intr,link,
    > > symlink,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,retrans=5,timeo=1 0
    > > server:/export/dir /mountpoint[/ref][/ref]

    blackdog Guest

  6. #6

    Default Re: nfsstat -m for checking timeo

    There are files registry, registry.local and registry.default in the
    filer NetApps in /etc area. In these registry files contains
    configuration.
    Which command should I execute in order to activate the registry setup
    configuration. Thanks in advance.


    Jamie Beverly wrote: 
    > >
    > > Is the configuration set up is on NIS server?
    > > I could not find the configuration at client side.
    > > I have checked vfstab or auto.master.
    > >
    > > mount -F nfs -o
    > > vers=3,proto=udp,sec=sys,hard,intr,link,
    > > symlink,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,retrans=5,timeo=1 0
    > > server:/export/dir /mountpoint[/ref][/ref]

    blackdog Guest

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