From: Computer Guy (ethersecIZZATyahoo.com)
Date: Fri Jul 23 2004 - 12:37:15 EDT
I've seen this before and its resolved using solution
1334 from F5's site.
--- Jerry Thomas <thomasjIZZATscoregroup.com> wrote:
> Just a guess but you might be having issues with
> some clients trying to
> use UDP. You should probably stick to TCP/IP mounts,
> I think you have to
> force that on the server side.
> Alos you might be hving issues with portmap (port
> 111) and nfslockd
> (port 4045).
> This seems like a good place to start.
> Also what are you getting by lb'ing nfs it seems
> like you would be
> better off pointing some to one server and others to
> another server.
> Especially if you need performance. Portmap lockd
> would require
> persistent, in a load balancing context,
> Good Luck,
> On Thu, 2004-07-22 at 10:32, Stephen Smith wrote:
> > Trying to load balance NFS. using Big IP 4.5.10
> and Solaris 8 Clients
> > and NFS server. Clients 1-5 on separate vlans,
> NFS vip on Big IP is
> > on its own vlan, NFS servers on their own vlan.
> All hosts can ping
> > back and forth. NFS mount works but
> inconsistently, sometimes client 2
> > and 3 can mount, reboot Big IP and client 2 cannot
> mount, client 1 can
> > always mount...rpc errors when mounting fails. The
> setup on the Big Ip
> > looks straight forward. from their docs. Its the
> Solaris I need help
> > with, can someone point me in the direction of
> what to look for ?
> > Stephen
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