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I have OS RHNL release 6.2 and use the NFS service (nfs-utils-1.2.3) to connect to NFS server, And found a lot of messages in a file /var/log/messages: Apr 1 11:08:35 XXX rpc.idmapd[3010]: ...
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I had some huge file transfers operating on an NFS mount. The server on which the mount point resided was carelessly rebooted, and now the server from which these large transfers were initiated seems ...
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We have a shiny new QNAP NAS (TS-879U-RP), and I'm trying to mount it to our big ol' RHEL server in the same manner as our other two QNAP NAS devices. The IT department won't give me the root ...
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I'm trying ZFS on Linux for Oracle Linux (OLE) 6.1 (Red Hat RHEL 6.1 compatible clone). I successfully compiled and installed spl and zfs on it for Oracle Unbreakable Kernel. Zfs is working and I ...
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I have a Redhat 6.0 system (SELinux enabled), with a NFS volume mounted at /myvolume. The command ls -la /myvolume says it has owner "nobody" and group "nobody". On this system I have Apache running ...