Solved: Since my DNS server was down (as it runs in the RHEV environment) the 
hosts could not resolve the name of the NFS server.


Thread-21::ERROR::2016-02-03 
18:25:35,654::storageServer::213::Storage.StorageServer.MountConnection::(connect)
 Mount failed: (32, ';mount.nfs: Failed to resolve server 
freenas.lab.localdomain: Name or service not known\n')


Adding static entry to resolv.conf on each hypervisor solved the issue. Next 
time I will mount via IP address instead. 


Chris Paquin
Senior Cloud Consultant
Red Hat Consulting
RHCE | RHCSA-RHOS (110-011-939) 
cpaq...@redhat.com
770-906-7646 
Conference: 800-451-8679
Conference code: 2720433143



----- Forwarded Message -----
From: "Chris Paquin" <cpaq...@redhat.com>
To: users@ovirt.org
Sent: Wednesday, February 3, 2016 12:49:19 PM
Subject: [ovirt-users] Issues Recovering NFS After Power Outage

Please help. After a power outage all my nfs mounts (from two sources) are 
down. I have verified that they are mountable on my workstation.

I have tried to active my NFS Data Master, however the process fails with the 
message below.


Failed to Reconstruct Master Domain for Data Center Auburn_Datacenter.

Can someone assist in recovery?  I have seen posts mentioning that I need to 
verify that the rhev-m hosts can mount the storage, but whats rhev-m way to do 
that. I am assuming I am not just going to mount it via "mount".


Chris Paquin
Senior Cloud Consultant
Red Hat Consulting
RHCE | RHCSA-RHOS (110-011-939) 
cpaq...@redhat.com
770-906-7646 
Conference: 800-451-8679
Conference code: 2720433143


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