Victor Farah wrote:
Hello
I have about 10 machines that are NFS clients, 5 are new and 5 are older. Anyway the new machine mount from the NFS server just fine. The older machines mount; and I can ls /mnt/data/; BUT when I ls /mnt/data/sc/ on the older machines this happens:
nfs server 192.168.10.162:/data: not responding
nfs server 192.168.10.162:/data: not responding
nfs server 192.168.10.162:/data: not responding
nfs server 192.168.10.162:/data: not responding

But on the new machines they work perfectly fine?
As well the old machines mount it as i stated before I can even ls the parent directory /mnt/data/ and it shows me all the directories on the mount, but anytime I ls or do anything inside there it does that or freezes.

Any idea's?

How "old" are these old systems? Do you have any ISA type ethernet cards?

Read Handbook's section 30.3.6:

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/network-nfs.html

I actually had this kind of trouble once, and it was due to an ISA network card. I doubt you are really using an ISA card in a production system, but some of the remedies described in the section may give you a hint of what is going on.
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