The client is a Symbolics XL1201 Lisp Machine.
It's operating system is called Genera.
NFS Client 436.0
I have talked to various servers running NFS. I have even talked to
NFS servers on machines running Fedora, just not Fedora 24.
The critical item is that the Lisp Machine only understands NFS v2 and
cannot talk to NFS v3 or v4.
Would it be helpful for me to attempt the connection while running
Wireshark to monitor the network traffic?
On Thu, 2016-12-01 at 15:52 -0500, Terry Polzin wrote:
> What OS is the client?
> On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 3:44 PM, Craig Lanning <craig.t.lanning@gmail.
> com> wrote:
> > Has there been a change to the NFS server?
> > I am running:
> > Fedora 24
> > nfs-utils 1.3.4
> > All of this has worked in earlier versions of Fedora so I'm a
> > little
> > confused.
> > I am trying to setup the NFS server and I need it to serve NFS v2.
> > That
> > is the only protocol version that the client machine understands.
> > It's
> > OS was written before v3 existed.
> > I followed the instructions for setting it up.
> > The client can get the list of exported filesystems from the
> > server,
> > but fails when it tries to access one of them.
> > The error says something about a "Remote module version mismatch."
> > I
> > was thinking that the server was only using NFS v3. Is there
> > something
> > else that the client might access that could have a version
> > mismatch
> > besides the NFS protocol?
> > Have I missed something in setting up the NFS Server?
> > Craig
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