For example, when I type "mount" at the CLI, I see my NFS server:192.168.169.8://mnt/space/share/audiobackup on /mnt/MPD/NAS/Audio Backup type nfs (ro,noatime,vers=3,rsize=16384,wsize=16384,namlen=255,acregmin=1,acregmax=1,acdirmin=1,acdirmax=1,soft,proto=tcp,timeo=50,retrans=2,sec=sys,mountaddr=192.168.169.8,mountvers=3,mountport=33160,mountproto=udp,local_lock=none,addr=192.168.169.8)if I do an ls on /mnt/MPD/NAS/Audio Backup I see the files.
Bug 24054 - When Map R-DB is used for time series data, a large number of tablets are generated with empty partitions. However, in this case, the single tablet will have have thousands of empty partitions.
Having a single tablet with thousands of empty partitions may result in a degradation of Map R-DB performance.
Bug 23687 – During the use of commands hdfs Open File(), hdfs Write(), hdfs Flush(), and/or hdfs Close File() on a file in which the executing user does not have the correct permissions for the operation, 0 was returned instead of the right error code.
Bug 23488 - With Volumes with a replication factor below 3 and no minimum number of replication defined, the replication manager sets the minimum replication value to 1 and containers with only one copy are not re-replicated.
As a note, I know the NFS server works as I can mount it from any of my other linux machines.
Again, I can go to the command line and see the network share and see the files.
The following list of patches are interim patches released between maintenance release cycles.
Each patch released (mid-month) is cumulative in nature and includes prior patches released for the branch used.
Bug 24025 - When the History Server read the job history file for a job that was not initialized correctly, it read "-" as a delimiter.
This caused the job start time to have an empty value.
I would go into a long rant about why in the world would anyone use a really low UID for a user like MPD when you know you need to mount and share via NFS, but I digress.