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rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3 - AIX

I cannot get the rpc.mountd to stay up it will start but then immediately dies. Everything else for nfs comes up fine except rpc.mountd, when I tyr to do a showmount command I get: RPC: 1832-019 Program not registered I can't find specific info on this error. Can someone please help me......

  1. #1

    Default rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3

    I cannot get the rpc.mountd to stay up it will start but then immediately
    dies. Everything else for nfs comes up fine except rpc.mountd, when I tyr
    to do a showmount command I get:
    RPC: 1832-019 Program not registered
    I can't find specific info on this error. Can someone please help me...


    L Guest

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    Default Re: rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3

    In article <1m6db.17494$ai7.1194newsread1.news.atl.earthlink .net>, L <skilz-d-man-u-nvmsn.com> wrote:
    > I cannot get the rpc.mountd to stay up it will start but then immediately
    > dies. Everything else for nfs comes up fine except rpc.mountd, when I tyr
    > to do a showmount command I get:
    > RPC: 1832-019 Program not registered
    > I can't find specific info on this error. Can someone please help me...
    Try this:

    1. uncomment portmap in /etc/rc.tcpip
    2. make sure rc.nfs is not commented out in /etc/inittab
    3. # stopsrc -g nfs
    4. # startsrc -s portmap
    5. # /etc/rc.nfs

    That should take care of it for that boot and for subsequent boots, so only
    needs to be done that way once.

    -Dan
    Dan Foster Guest

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    Default Re: rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3

    Thanks for your quick response Dan. I tried what you said but it still is
    not working.
    "Dan Foster" <dsfglobalcrossing.net> wrote in message
    news:slrnbn9t8l.cbf.dsfgaia.roc2.gblx.net...
    > In article <1m6db.17494$ai7.1194newsread1.news.atl.earthlink .net>, L
    <skilz-d-man-u-nvmsn.com> wrote:
    > > I cannot get the rpc.mountd to stay up it will start but then
    immediately
    > > dies. Everything else for nfs comes up fine except rpc.mountd, when I
    tyr
    > > to do a showmount command I get:
    > > RPC: 1832-019 Program not registered
    > > I can't find specific info on this error. Can someone please help me...
    >
    > Try this:
    >
    > 1. uncomment portmap in /etc/rc.tcpip
    > 2. make sure rc.nfs is not commented out in /etc/inittab
    > 3. # stopsrc -g nfs
    > 4. # startsrc -s portmap
    > 5. # /etc/rc.nfs
    >
    > That should take care of it for that boot and for subsequent boots, so
    only
    > needs to be done that way once.
    >
    > -Dan

    L Guest

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    Default Re: rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3

    You did not indicate you maintenance level, and there was a bug at the earlier levels.
    If you are at an early maintenance level, do you have any alias IP's?
    If so, set up your scripts to add the alias IP's after nfs is started.

    Dennis


    "L" <skilz-d-man-u-nvmsn.com> wrote in message news:1m6db.17494$ai7.1194newsread1.news.atl.earth link.net...
    > I cannot get the rpc.mountd to stay up it will start but then immediately
    > dies. Everything else for nfs comes up fine except rpc.mountd, when I tyr
    > to do a showmount command I get:
    > RPC: 1832-019 Program not registered
    > I can't find specific info on this error. Can someone please help me...
    >
    >
    News Reader Guest

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    Default Re: rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3

    In article <o7ldb.27910$ai7.24027newsread1.news.atl.earthlin k.net>, L <skilz-d-man-u-nvmsn.com> wrote:
    > Thanks for your quick response Dan. I tried what you said but it still is
    > not working.
    Ok. Can you post the output of:

    # ps -ef|egrep "rpc|portmap|nfsd|mountd"|grep -v egrep
    # lssrc -s portmap
    # grep portmap /etc/rc.tcpip|grep start|grep -v background
    # lslpp -l bos.net.tcp.client
    # rpcinfo -p

    -Dan
    Dan Foster Guest

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    Default Re: rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3

    I called IBM it was an issue with the maintenance level of nfs they are
    shipping out the APAR I need to fix it.
    Thanks,
    Lamont
    "News Reader" <NewsReadernowhere1else.con> wrote in message
    news:poldb.4519$Hd6.2413384newssvr28.news.prodigy .com...
    You did not indicate you maintenance level, and there was a bug at the
    earlier levels.
    If you are at an early maintenance level, do you have any alias IP's?
    If so, set up your scripts to add the alias IP's after nfs is started.

    Dennis


    "L" <skilz-d-man-u-nvmsn.com> wrote in message
    news:1m6db.17494$ai7.1194newsread1.news.atl.earth link.net...
    > I cannot get the rpc.mountd to stay up it will start but then immediately
    > dies. Everything else for nfs comes up fine except rpc.mountd, when I tyr
    > to do a showmount command I get:
    > RPC: 1832-019 Program not registered
    > I can't find specific info on this error. Can someone please help me...
    >
    >

    L Guest

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    Default Re: rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3

    In article <slrnbnbomf.cbf.dsfgaia.roc2.gblx.net>, Dan Foster wrote:
    > # ps -ef|egrep "rpc|portmap|nfsd|mountd"|grep -v egrep
    > # lslpp -l bos.net.tcp.client
    Side note: if you do something like

    ps -ef | egrep "[r]pc|portmap|nfsd|mountd"

    you don't need the "grep -v". (The command line contains the literal
    characters [ and ], while the resulting expressing doesn't match those
    characters.)

    --
    Jurjen Oskam

    PGP Key available at [url]http://www.stupendous.org/[/url]
    Jurjen Oskam Guest

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    Default Re: rpc.mount problems on 4.3.3

    L <skilz-d-man-u-nvmsn.com> wrote:
    L> Thanks for your quick response Dan. I tried what you said but it still is
    L> not working.
    L> "Dan Foster" <dsfglobalcrossing.net> wrote in message
    L> news:slrnbn9t8l.cbf.dsfgaia.roc2.gblx.net...
    >> In article <1m6db.17494$ai7.1194newsread1.news.atl.earthlink .net>, L
    L> <skilz-d-man-u-nvmsn.com> wrote:
    >> > I cannot get the rpc.mountd to stay up it will start but then
    L> immediately
    >> > dies. Everything else for nfs comes up fine except rpc.mountd, when I
    L> tyr
    >> > to do a showmount command I get:
    >> > RPC: 1832-019 Program not registered
    >> > I can't find specific info on this error. Can someone please help me...
    >>
    >> Try this:
    >>
    >> 1. uncomment portmap in /etc/rc.tcpip
    >> 2. make sure rc.nfs is not commented out in /etc/inittab
    >> 3. # stopsrc -g nfs
    >> 4. # startsrc -s portmap
    >> 5. # /etc/rc.nfs
    >>
    >> That should take care of it for that boot and for subsequent boots, so
    L> only
    >> needs to be done that way once.
    >>
    >> -Dan
    I've seen such behavior when the file /etc/netsvc.conf was missing.
    If you use DNS, make sure that file has the following line:

    hosts=local,bind4

    and the first non-commented out line in /etc/hosts is:

    127.0.0.1 loopback localhost

    --
    Bela Gazdy, EUCLID/AIX Systems Support
    Bela Gazdy Guest

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