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There are several ways to do this. To start them, run (don't start portmap if you're running on 10.4 or later):

cd /
sudo /usr/sbin/portmap
sudo /usr/sbin/mountd
sudo /sbin/nfsd -t -u -n 6
The order is important. Lowercased it, and everything's fine now. 👍 1 mjackson commented Jun 6, 2013 Alas, been struggling with using NFS for a few hours now on a Mac OSX 10.8.3 host. Firstly are you able to ping the NFS server from your client machine? (Well kinda obvious, but have to ask) Please post /etc/exports of your NFS server. check over here

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. But I've been doing a lot of blogging at dan.langille.org because I prefer WordPress now. and the insecure bit i needed to make macosx like it. You can turn it off but for some reason on reboot it will be configured to start again even if you have configured it for "No firewall".

Rpc Program Not Registered Solaris 10

Debug is saying: DEBUG ssh: Exit status: 0 DEBUG ssh: Re-using SSH connection. I am in the midst of migrating The FreeBSD Diary over to WordPress (and you can read about that here). All rights reserved.

Hmm. Main Menu LQ Calendar LQ Rules LQ Sitemap Site FAQ View New Posts View Latest Posts Zero Reply Threads LQ Wiki Most Wanted Jeremy's Blog Report LQ Bug Syndicate Latest vBulletin 2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Clnt_create Rpc Program Not Registered Ubuntu This can be done simply by running:

sudo kill -1 `cat /var/run/mountd.pid`
Note those are backticks, not single quotes.Testing The ExportsTo see what mountd is offering, you can run:

showmount -e

Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map Contact Apple Mount Clntudp_create Rpc Program Not Registered Redhat on the client /etc/hosts.allow add nfs: 10........... (or maybe its nfsd, try both) notageek View Public Profile Find all posts by notageek #3 26th April 2008, 12:22 PM sej7278 View Public Profile Visit iJed's homepage! This time, the box rebooted properly and the NFS partitions were properly mounted.

Beyond that I don't know without further research. Showmount Rpc Program Not Registered Once you get this little problem out of the way you may want to try using NIS on the server and clients to clear up permissions problems you will almost certainly Public Forums: News: Mac News, Tech News Hardware: Mac Desktops, Mac Notebooks, iPhone, iPad & iPod, Consumer Hardware Software: Mac OS X, Applications, iPhone Apps, GUI Customization, Alternative Operating Systems, Developer markeganfuller commented Jul 10, 2013 Ah yes symlinks are awkward with NFS, best to only use relative symlinks to files within the share.

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Now, you don't have to mount anything on server if you just want to share /media folder. FWIW I got the list of applications from http://www.bresink.com/osx/143439/Docs-en/pgs/Share.html (in the "Using the application-based private firewall of OS X" section) EDIT: One other thing that helped me debug the issue was Rpc Program Not Registered Solaris 10 igor47 commented Oct 16, 2013 thanks, internet! Mount To Nfs Server Failed Rpc Error Program Not Registered By Anonymous, at October 15, 2006 at 12:25 PM I am using 10.4.8 and the NetInfo method.showmount -e showed the correct path that I set.

It is known as the mountpoint. check my blog How can we check? I don't find an /etc/*nfs*, fer instance. The FreeBSD Diary (TM) Providing practical examples since 1998 If you buy from Amazon USA, please support us by using this link. [ HOME | TOPICS | INDEX | WEB RESOURCES Rpc Program Not Registered Ubuntu

All required information is now in NetInfo for the system to export filesystems via NFS. indian_munnda View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by indian_munnda 02-05-2011, 05:34 AM #7 bourgeoa LQ Newbie Registered: Feb 2011 Posts: When vagrant would attempt to mount the folder using nfs, I would see errors about rpcbind being denied by socketfilterfw. this content You can create this mountpoint like this: sudo mkdir /mylocation The -P switch in the mount_nfs command seems to be neccessary for Mac OS X to be able to mount from

I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy every minute of it. Failed: Rpc Error: Program Not Registered Redhat Valid HTML, CSS , and RSS Copyright © 1997-2016 Dan LangilleAll rights reserved Log in Register FAQ Calendar Today's Posts Search Contact Us Archive INFO ssh: Execute: mount -o vers=3'/Users/derickson/dev/workfeed' /opt/workfeed (sudo=true) DEBUG ssh: Exit status: 32 ERROR warden: Error occurred: Mounting NFS shared folders failed.

INFO ssh: Execute: /sbin/ifdown eth1 2> /dev/null (sudo=true) DEBUG ssh: Exit status: 0 DEBUG ssh: Re-using SSH connection.

Please verify that the NFS client software is properly installed, and consult any resources specific to the linux distro you're using for more information on how to do this.> ERROR vagrant: See: http://bresink.de/osx/nis.html for an excellent HOWTO on that topic. -DU-...etc... Remaining to timeout: 32000 DEBUG subprocess: Exit status: 0 DEBUG subprocess: name="project_1349723239" ostype="Debian_64" UUID="b414b67e-4251-4778-8aa1-279403e2cda4" CfgFile="/Users/lisa/VirtualBox VMs/project_1349723239/project_1349723239.vbox" SnapFldr="/Users/lisa/VirtualBox VMs/project_1349723239/Snapshots" LogFldr="/Users/lisa/VirtualBox VMs/project_1349723239/Logs" hardwareuuid="b414b67e-4251-4778-8aa1-279403e2cda4" memory=256 pagefusion="off" vram=12 cpuexecutioncap=100 hpet="off" chipset="piix3" firmware="BIOS" cpus=1 synthcpu="off" bootmenu="messageandmenu" Vagrant "mount.nfs: Access Denied By Server" By Anonymous, at October 9, 2006 at 5:29 AM Under "Starting Daemons" you say:To start them, run (don't start portmap if you're running on 10.4 or later):Why shouldn't I start

MarioRicalde commented Jun 14, 2013 I'm having the same issue. Thanks. Try changing the vers number in the mount command. have a peek at these guys as a further troubleshooting tool you can follow this on the server by running the command (as root in a terminal): tail -f /var/log/messages (use Ctrl-C to quit).

Reload to refresh your session. At some point I had renamed the directory foo as foo-old, possibly whilst nfsd was still running and it was mounted(?) - and had symlinked foo to foo-old .... Now it's working like a charm. Just in case there would be anyone who would also want to export a directory with a read-write permission, here is what I did:1.

Then I executed the commands found in "Starting Daemons" section of this article to notify NFS server about the changes.The problem is, /external/path doesn't appear anymore when executing "showount -e" command. bubenkoff commented Feb 6, 2013 No need to fully disable it, just add nfsd to exceptions, you'll need to navigate to root by cmd+up and enter nfsd in search field bubenkoff Thanks everyone for your help. Adv Reply May 1st, 2010 #5 KiLaHuRtZ View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Frothy Coffee!