NFS NAS, systemctl start rpcbind [Solved]

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notzippy
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NFS NAS, systemctl start rpcbind [Solved]

Post by notzippy » Mon Jul 29, 2013 1:17

Switched to systemd, getting this error when mounting NFS drives on nas

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mount.nfs: rpc.statd is not running but is required for remote locking.


Running "systemctl start rpcbind" allows them to mount but I would like this to mount on startup

I tried adding rpcbind to rc-update show default, but it does not seem to get started. Is there a different spot I need to add rpcbind to ?

thx
Nz
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matuss
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Re: NFS NAS, systemctl start rpcbind

Post by matuss » Mon Jul 29, 2013 14:08

Try systemd way of making services start at boot:

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systemctl enable <service>

notzippy
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Re: NFS NAS, systemctl start rpcbind [Solved]

Post by notzippy » Mon Jul 29, 2013 23:11

D"oh

thanks..
Nz

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