Ivan,

I actually just got it to work. Not sure why the default TCP no longer works but I added the -U flag to the fstab for the mount and it works.

Anyone know what may bave changed in FreeBSD 8 to cause this?

-Grant

P.S on the server machine the output you were looking for was
/mnt                               192.168.0.0


----- Original Message ----- From: "Ivan Voras" <ivo...@freebsd.org>
To: <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2010 10:19 AM
Subject: Re: NFS Mount FreeBSD 8.0


On 04/15/10 15:35, Grant Peel wrote:
  Hi all,

I have been running a backups storage server for many years on FreeBSD
5.2.1. It has been and still is working fine. Several 6.x machines are
connected to it on the local network.

Since installing FreeBSD 8.0 on two machines (they used to run 6.x and
connected to the nfs mount fine), But with FreeBSD 8, the are no longer
connecting.

ps ax shows (on the client machiens)

551 ?? Is 0:00.00 mount_nfs -t 10 -b -o rw enterprise:/mnt /mnt


Just for an experiment, what does "showmount -e nfs_server" say on the client and the server sides?

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