Two weeks ago, our network switched around and since then I've had issues with a workstation. It was originally configured as a static IP and now it is switched to DHCP. The home directory is an NFS mount and the users are on a NIS server. With no change to the
fstab file from what was there before, and what is in every other workstation, the home directories are not usable although it does show the correct permissions for users. However, when logging in, I get:
-bash: /home_net/<username>/.bash_profile: Operation not permitted
and when trying to
touch a file I get:
touch: setting times of ‘temp’: No such file or directory
lastly, when I look through
dmesg I see:
[ 58.728507] nfs: server <server> OK [ 58.733960] NFS: Server <server> reports our clientid is in use [ 58.733965] NFS: state manager: lease expired failed on NFSv4 server <server> with error 1
I've checked the system clock and it seems to match the server. I've checked the
fstab and it matches every other functional workstations'.
What the heck is wrong with this thing? And why does the NFS say my clientid is in use? Why does my NFS drive mount and show the correct permissions but then not actually work?