UNSOLVED random image share can't mount during image process error on 1.4.2
- FOG Version: 1.4.2
- OS: centos 7
Random can’t mount image share error after a few days.
I can run normally and without issue and suddenly I get a can’t mount images share when I image a machine. If I rerun the latest installer on the server and the node it gets back up and running just fine. I haven’t touched anything on the server it just randomly does this. Perhaps it’s something I did a long time ago, or maybe it’s happening to someone else and it’s a bug as this didn’t happen before.
It’s done this twice now since the original update to 1.4.2.
Thought the first was a fluke, but then it just happened again.
I did check all the usual suspects like .mntcheck and permissions on the folders and /etc/exports and all looked as it should. So Any help would be appreciated.
@JJ-Fullmer Don’t worry about this duplicate post. It was just a lucky guess of mine that this could be connected. As well it’s good that you brought up this issue again as I would have forgotten about it. Checking the CentOS repo now I see a new package being available since 13th of June - search for rpcbind here.
@Sebastian-Roth Reading through your linked post I see that it is indeed the same version that is causing the error there. And when re-running the installer it would restart the service and that probably fixes the issue.
So I guess I’m in the same boat waiting for centOS to fix the rpcbind package.
Sorry for the duplicate post, didn’t come across that one in my search
rpm -qa | grep rpcbind
Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
It might be load related - if the server is simply too busy to respond at the particular moment FOS is trying to mount, then it’d throw that error. Try turning down your max clients.