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 rpc.lockd failing when running on 2.4.2
Hi, I noticed when my Linux Red Hat 7 system running Kernel 2.4.2 is
rebooted, I get:

lockdsvc: Invalid argument

when /etc/init.d/nfslock tries to start up rpc.lockd.  Running it manually,
I get the same thing:

# cd /etc/init.d
# cd init.d
# ./nfslock start
Starting NFS file locking services:
Starting NFS lockd:
lockdsvc: Invalid argument              [FAILED]
Starting NFS statd:

Looks like nfslock calls the functions file, in which there is a command
"nice -n 0 initlog -q -c rpc.lockd" which is the one failing.

This does NOT happen when I run the 2.2.16 kernel that was packaged with the
Red Hat 7 distribution.   This is only happening under 2.4.2.

Any ideas on how to fix this will be most welcome.

Thanks,
AR



 Tue, 19 Aug 2003 20:36:48 GMT   
 
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