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Vishal_1980
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NFS error

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Hello expert ,

 

I was having one hp-ux .On to which NFS server is running .When i run bdf it shows the bdf out put.

Therefore it also trough on eerror “NFS server ODBICBS not responding still trying”.

That ODBICBS server is the ignite server & now it is removed.

 

What to do to resolve this issue.Reboot will do in that case ....

Please suggest ....

 

Thanks & regards,

Vishal

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from HP-UX>System Administration to HP-UX > networking. -HP Forum Moderator

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suvy12
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Re: NFS error

Try editing /etc/mnttab and remove the nfs entry from the client.

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Dennis Handly
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Re: NFS error: NFS server ... not responding

>Try editing /etc/mnttab and remove the nfs entry from the client.

 

mnttab(4) is a read only file that is updated directly by the kernel and says:

   It should never be manually edited,

 

Did you mean fstab(4)?

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suvy12
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Re: NFS error: NFS server ... not responding

We can edit /etc/mnttab in HP-UX 11iv1 and V2 but not in V3.

By removing an stale entry from mnttab file we can get rid of them

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Vishal_1980
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Re: NFS error: NFS server ... not responding

Hello expert,

i was unable to edit the /etc/mnttab file ......

However i checked the file there is an entry in "ODBICBS :/var/opt/ignite/clients /var/opt/ignite/recovery/client_mnt nfs rsize=32768,wsize=32768,NFSv3,dev=4000008 0 0 1388120986"

 

Shall i delet this entry ? if yes then how can i do it as i was unable to delet or edit this file.

 

Please suggest ....

 

Thanks ,

Vishal.....

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Dennis Handly
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Re: NFS error: NFS server ... not responding

Have you tried umount -f?

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Dennis Handly
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Re: NFS error: NFS server ... not responding

>We can edit /etc/mnttab in HP-UX 11.11 and 11.23

 

mnttab(4) says the same thing:

...  It should never be manually edited, ...

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Vishal_1980
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Re: NFS error: NFS server ... not responding

Hello Dennis sir,

 

What should i suppose to do now to resolve this issue.

 

Have you tried umount -f?

 

Dose it unmount all the shared file system ...or is there any thing specifically needs to be done.

 

Request you to please suggest me steps for the same.

 

 

Thanks & have a great day ahead,

 

With regards,
Vishal

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Dennis Handly
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Re: NFS error: NFS server ... not responding

>What should I do now to resolve this issue?

 

You need to learn how to use the manpages.  That and my hint about using umount -f should have given you enough info.

mount_nfs(1M) says:

   /sbin/fs/nfs/umount [-df] {resource | mount_point}

umount -f /var/opt/ignite/recovery/client_mnt

 

 

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Vishal_1980
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Re: NFS error: NFS server ... not responding

Thanks sir ...it works .......
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Dennis Handly
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Re: NFS error: NFS server ... not responding

>Thanks sir ...it works

 

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