On Fri, 2016-12-02 at 14:02 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
> On Dec 2, 2016 04:45, "Craig Lanning" <craig.t.lann...@gmail.com>
> > 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
> > confused.
> > I am trying to setup the NFS server and I need it to serve NFS v2.
> > is the only protocol version that the client machine understands.
> > 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
> > but fails when it tries to access one of them.
> > The error says something about a "Remote module version mismatch."
> > was thinking that the server was only using NFS v3. Is there
> > else that the client might access that could have a version
> > besides the NFS protocol?
> > Have I missed something in setting up the NFS Server?
> I have not setup an NFS server in quite a while.
> However, my memory is telling me that the default is to not enable V2
> support. I believe you can edit /etc/sysconfig/nfs and edit the
> RPCNFSDARGS parameter to specify V2 support.
That was what I needed.
I added -V 2 to the RPCNFSDARGS string and it worked just fine.
I didn't have to do that the last time I setup the NFS server. Probably
been a few years, though.
Oh well. . .
It works now!
Thanks for the help.
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