• rpc.statd not starting on boot


    jacauc
    • Solved Minor

    Running 6.10.0 RC1

     

    I have a remote NFS share that is normally mounted with UD. This worked well on stable release after reboots.

    After upgrade UD will not mount the remote share and fails with:

     

    Sep 23 17:55:20 unraid unassigned.devices: Error: shell_exec(/sbin/mount -t 'nfs' -o rw,noacl '192.168.1.15:/volume1/video' '/mnt/remotes/192.168.1.15_video_nfs' 2>&1) took longer than 10s!
    Sep 23 17:55:20 unraid unassigned.devices: NFS mount failed: 'command timed out'.
    Sep 23 17:55:20 unraid unassigned.devices: Mount of '192.168.1.15:/volume1/video' failed: 'command timed out'.

     

    When running the command on the terminal I get:

     

    root@unraid:~# /sbin/mount -t 'nfs' -o rw,noacl '192.168.1.15:/volume1/video' '/mnt/remotes/192.168.1.15_video_nfs'
    mount.nfs: rpc.statd is not running but is required for remote locking.
    mount.nfs: Either use '-o nolock' to keep locks local, or start statd.

     

    Then I run

    rpcbind

     

    It gives no output, but immediately afterwards the NFS share mounts without problem.

     

    Seems like rpc.statd or rpcbind is not loaded automatically at startup. How can I resolve this?

     

    @dlandon




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