FC6 client fails to NFS mount from Solaris 8 Cluster
Miner, Jonathan W (CSC) (US SSA)
jonathan.w.miner at baesystems.com
Mon Nov 13 13:50:20 UTC 2006
Please add your comments to this bug:
So far the problem occurs with SUN, HP-UX, DEC Alpha and now IRIX clusters. It would be nice to see this resolved before it gets rolled into the mainstream RHEL release.
From: fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com on behalf of xianrice
Sent: Sat 11/11/2006 03:58 AM
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Subject: RE: FC6 client fails to NFS mount from Solaris 8 Cluster
I am having a similar problem, but with an IRIX nfs cluster, so
hopefully we can triangulate.
The linux client is, of course, Fedora Core 6, all patched up to
The NFS server is part of a CXFS/Failsafe cluster, and I can mount
shares on the linux system if I use the base hostname/IP address, but
not when I attempt to mount via the IP alias address. The reason for
the IP alias is to allow disconnect/relocation of cluster shares
among cluster nodes (ie, move the filesystem export from one server
to another)--that's failover.
I'm currently thinking it's a security "feature" in FC6.
I'm trolling the newsgroups, looking at tcpdump/snoop and
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