From: Bernhard Duebi (bernhard.duebi_at_schweiz.ch)
Date: Thu 12 Aug 2004 - 21:58:09 BST
On Mon, 2004-08-09 at 15:15, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 09, 2004 at 03:04:48PM +0200, bernhard.duebi_at_schweiz.ch wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I managed to install SuSE Linux 9.1 in a VServer. Now I try to run a NFS Server with this VServer, but no luck.
> > I was googling for a solution, but havent found much help.
> > I run Kernel 2.6.6 with VServer 1.9.1 and util-vserver-0.29.214.
> > I configured two interfaces for the VServer: lo 127.4.0.1/8, eth0 10.13.2.133/23
> > There is no portmap running on the host or other VServers.
> > The /etc/hosts.allow looks like "portmap: ALL"
> > There are no capabilities set for this Vserver.
> > Any idea what's wrong ?
> userspace or kernel space nfs? (latter one might work
> with recent patches (1.9.2-rc10 or 188.8.131.52)
I don't think that kernel nfsd is a good idea, though I don't care if
works or not.
> > Aug 9 13:36:00 vsztslp02 portmap: SIOCGIFADDR: Cannot assign requested address
> > Aug 9 13:36:00 vsztslp02 portmap: cannot find any active local network interfaces
> > Aug 9 13:36:00 vsztslp02 mountd: unable to register (mountd, 1, udp).
I tried user space nfsd from suse and from debian, but none of them
work. I think it has has something to do with chbind. Why doesn't
ifconfig show any IP addresses in a vserver ?
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