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HI .
   i have a nfs mounting probelm on one of our server.two days back we have problem with that server and we rebooted the machine.after rebbot we cannot able to mount the filesystem nfs server.it was working before.

getting follwoing error messges.

pmap_getmaps rpc problem: RPC: Timed out
pmap_getmaps rpc problem: RPC: Timed out
mount: nfs server reported service unavailable

i can able to ping nfs server from the client and i have started all the services also in clinet side.
another server which is in same subnet can able to mount the nfs filesystem

can anyone help me on this?
 

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is the nfs server running on the other system? try

service nfs start
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nfs server is up and running...also server which is in the same subnet mount the nfs mount form nfs server
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did you check the iptables rules?
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i am not familiar with iptables and its rules.can you please letme know the command that i can run from client..
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