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Red Hat with rpc.statd is not running and can't start nfslock

I try to mount from Linux machine to some folder on win machine. From the output I see that mount complains about rpc.statd. So I tried to start the nfslock but I got FAILED. Then I look on the ...
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Poor NFS Performance Using Multiple Disks

I have a server system running Ubuntu 12.10 with 12 disks attached. I am sharing all of these disks on my 10 gigabit network using NFSv4. However, I am getting generally poor performance over NFS ...
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Desperate: statd timed out, lockd cannot monitor / unmonitor

Since this afternoon something is wrong with the server. On the server side I see messages in dmesg as follows: statd: server rpc.statd not responding, timed out lockd: cannot unmonitor ...
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rpcbind - is there really no way to make the tcp ports bind to a specific interface / can nfs be ran without rpcbind?

we would like to move away from sshfs to nfs. the last thing holding us back is the fact that rpcbind (which i assume is required for nfs to work) does not allow you to specify the tcp (not udp) ip ...
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What is launching all of these rpc.statd processes?

On of our servers -- running CentOS 6 x86_64 -- we're seeing a lot unusual activity with rpc.statd. We have rpc.statd configured to run on a static port via /etc/sysconfig/nfs: MOUNTD_PORT=892 ...
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NFS server + client : Recommended hardening / final touches

We have just setup a lovely little nfs share / client for the first time. a) The UID for files on the client side, is showing up as 4294967294 when listed via ls, but the client is able to create and ...
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What causes repeated linux NFS client side RPC credential refreshing?

Using nfsstat -c, I'm seeing a high "authrefrsh" (known as "newcred" on some systems) count on my NFS client pc for operations like ls and find on directories containing ~1000 files. This correlates ...
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rpcbind causing very high load on Fedora 10 system with nfs

I've got a Fedora 10 system that's exporting some file systems via NFS. One of the exported file systems is used very heavily on a client system when I run a search engine indexer. The file activity ...
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Why is rpc.lockd obscured from netstat/lsof output?

Prologue: On a number of machines, which happen to act as NFS clients, netstat reports two ports that are open with no PID listed for an associated daemon. Ordinarily this might be a bit concerning. ...