If you use NFS4, and set it properly, you only need one port open.I use mrepo to create ~20GB of rpm's for CentOS 5. It is easy to setup and it does everything automatically. And i... [by DrLove73]
on 02/10/2010 – Made popular on 02/10/2010
I'm trying to mount on an old RedHat box to a NFS4 share on CentOS 6. I have the services running, share exported, and firewall open per a NFS4 template. I'm still getting a connection error on the client however. I'm wondering if the client (old RedHat box) is trying to use different ports or may be incompatible.
I'm about to setup a mrepo and I have a quick question. I would like to mount the Latest ISO and need to update the OS from that. I'm bit confused with ISO configuration. Do I need to mount ISO as loop device and copy the files into srcdir ? Or Mrepo would mount as loop device?
I am trying to create a staging environment for my spacewalk setup (Production was already setup by an ex-admin)...
i see that the production downloads RHEL packages to a repo server through a repository server using the script as follows:
Does anyone have a functioning mrepo configuration that is mirroring the repo's from the novell.com site? I am using the youget update method, but have tried https as well. I know the username password combo's are valid as I have used them with my browser.
The issue is no matter how I connect, I get authorization errors, meaning it doesn't like my credentials.
I am trying to run though the qmailrocks setup on a centos 5.5 and I am running into an issue when trying to telnet to port 25:
telnet localhost 25
Connected to localhost.localdomain (127.0.0.1).
Escape character is '^]'.
Connection closed by foreign host.
Everything else seems to be working (telnet to 110), and I turned off the firewall entirely, but I still cannot telnet to