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comment NAS is intermittently inaccessible
It's been a while and this really did seem to fix my problem so I've marked it as the answer.
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comment NFS Common Utilities fails to start
I tried to delete my previous comment as I had resolved the issue. Thanks for your help and sorry for my slow response!
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comment NFS Common Utilities fails to start
Please disregard previous comment if it is still displaying. I tried deleting it, but it wouldn't delete.
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comment NFS Common Utilities fails to start
I tried set -x but that didn't do anything. However, I did try bash -x but that just bombarded me with bits of code such as "NEED_GSSD=no" and "log_progress_msg statd". How do I access the logs for NFS? And for portmap?
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comment NFS Common Utilities fails to start
Thanks for the reply. I tried typing in that second command and was greeted with a lot of log files containing that old hostname. I also read the statd man file, but couldn't see how that would help.... Sorry. Could you maybe tell me how I can sift through all the log files and see only the config files? Thanks!
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