Re: PROBLEM ATTACHING VOLUME ON CENTOS init.d.nfs NOT FOUND
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Thanks to both Jennifer and Hugh, everything works now!!! I'm so happy!
Il 21/04/15 17:23, Jennifer Staab ha scritto:
> My initial guess is that either NFS isn't loaded and/or the startup
> script located in /etc/init.d has been renamed to something different
> or it doesn't exist. For Ubuntu 14.04 it was renamed to
> "nfs-kernel-server" instead of "nfs". With Ubuntu 14.04 there is also
> an error regarding "portmap". For details regarding these issues and
> fixes I made for Ubuntu 14.04 see my archived posts here
> <http://star.mit.edu/cluster/mlarchives/2538.html> and here
> My guess based on Hugh MacMullan's earlier email (subject line: "Re:
> [StarCluster] PROBLEM ATTACHING VOLUME ON CENTOS init.d.nfs NOT
> FOUND" ) is that you are running CentOS 7 and/or you may also need to
> make sure the "nfs-utils" package is installed. His directions for
> CentOS 6 give you the solution to the portmap issue, his directions
> for CentOS 7 - the first two lines solve the "/etc/init.d/nfs" issue
> and the next two line solve the portmap issue.
> Good Luck!
> On 4/21/15 8:54 AM, Andrea La Rizza wrote:
>> I have this error while running the cluster with my private CentOS AMI.
>> >>> Starting NFS server on master
>> !!! ERROR - Error occured while running plugin
>> !!! ERROR - remote command 'source /etc/profile && /etc/init.d/nfs
>> !!! ERROR - start' failed with status 127:
>> !!! ERROR - bash: /etc/init.d/nfs: No such file or directory
>> This is what I have in my init.d folder:
>> [root_at_master init.d]# ls
>> functions netconsole network README
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