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can't add role - nfs service on windows 2008 server x64 RRS feed

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  • I try to add services for NFS and get the error :

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    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.245 [CBS]                       installing 'ServicesForNFS-ServerAndClient ClientForNFS-Infrastructure NFS-Administration ServerForNFS-Infrastructure CoreFileServer ' ...
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.245 [CBS]                       CreateSessionAndPackage: begin
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.857 [CBS]                       CreateSessionAndPackage: done
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.857 [CBS]                       ...parents that will be auto-installed: '<none>'
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.857 [CBS]                       ...default children to turn-off: '<none>'
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.883 [CBS]                       ...current state of 'ServicesForNFS-ServerAndClient': p: Staged, a: Staged, s: UninstallRequested
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.883 [CBS]                       ...setting state of 'ServicesForNFS-ServerAndClient' to 'InstallRequested'
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.914 [CBS]                       ...current state of 'ClientForNFS-Infrastructure': p: Staged, a: Staged, s: UninstallRequested
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.914 [CBS]                       ...setting state of 'ClientForNFS-Infrastructure' to 'InstallRequested'
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.943 [CBS]                       ...current state of 'NFS-Administration': p: Staged, a: Staged, s: UninstallRequested
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.943 [CBS]                       ...setting state of 'NFS-Administration' to 'InstallRequested'
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.972 [CBS]                       ...current state of 'ServerForNFS-Infrastructure': p: Staged, a: Staged, s: UninstallRequested
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:21.973 [CBS]                       ...setting state of 'ServerForNFS-Infrastructure' to 'InstallRequested'
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:22.001 [CBS]                       ...current state of 'CoreFileServer': p: Staged, a: Staged, s: UninstallRequested
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:22.001 [CBS]                       ...setting state of 'CoreFileServer' to 'InstallRequested'
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:22.016 [CBS]                       ...'ServicesForNFS-ServerAndClient' : applicability: Applicable
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:22.022 [CBS]                       ...'ClientForNFS-Infrastructure' : applicability: Applicable
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:22.029 [CBS]                       ...'NFS-Administration' : applicability: Applicable
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:22.036 [CBS]                       ...'ServerForNFS-Infrastructure' : applicability: Applicable
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:22.043 [CBS]                       ...'CoreFileServer' : applicability: Applicable
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:51.896 [CbsUIHandler]              Initiate:
    3932: 2008-11-29 20:58:52.182 [InstallationProgressPage]  Installing...
    3932: 2008-11-29 21:00:57.082 [CbsUIHandler]              Error: -2147021879 :
    3932: 2008-11-29 21:00:57.083 [CbsUIHandler]              Terminate:
    3932: 2008-11-29 21:00:57.083 [CBS] Error (Id=0) Function: 'NativeMethods.GetPackageStatus(out status)' failed: 80070bc9 (-2147021879)
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    Any help would be appreciated.
    Saturday, November 29, 2008 7:29 PM

Answers

  • Hi,

    Thank you for the answer. I've tried the command, but with no success. Unfortunately, I had no time to play with it and the only way was clean reinstall the windows. Yes, it worked. In time I installed the widows 2008 I switched the checkbox on NFS services and that worked. I've googled the same solution in the internet. It seemed to me a windows server 2008 doesn't look like stable as a windows server 2003.

    dvg_lab.
    • Marked as answer by dvglab Friday, December 5, 2008 10:31 PM
    Friday, December 5, 2008 10:31 PM

All replies

  • Hi,

     

    Please logon the server with built-in administrator account, and then run the following command to add the services for NFS to check if it is helpful.

     

    Servermanagercmd –install FS-NFS-Services

     

    If the error still exists, please collect C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CBS.log on the problematic server, and also please outline the time that you perform the install operation.

     

    You may send the CBS.log file to tfwst@microsoft.com


    David Shen - MSFT
    • Proposed as answer by David Shen Friday, December 5, 2008 2:36 AM
    Tuesday, December 2, 2008 11:04 AM
  • Hi,

    Thank you for the answer. I've tried the command, but with no success. Unfortunately, I had no time to play with it and the only way was clean reinstall the windows. Yes, it worked. In time I installed the widows 2008 I switched the checkbox on NFS services and that worked. I've googled the same solution in the internet. It seemed to me a windows server 2008 doesn't look like stable as a windows server 2003.

    dvg_lab.
    • Marked as answer by dvglab Friday, December 5, 2008 10:31 PM
    Friday, December 5, 2008 10:31 PM
  • Anyone get this one figured out? 
    Thursday, July 30, 2009 7:54 PM
  • Yes. Services for NFS uses Port 111 which is also used by some applications that you may have installed on your Windows 2008 Server. It's a port conflict. You can either uninstall the conflicting software or kill the process or disable the service and then install Services for NFS.

    http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH69652

     


    • Edited by famousd Friday, November 18, 2011 9:29 PM
    • Proposed as answer by Dan.Lee.MT Thursday, February 22, 2018 9:39 PM
    Friday, November 18, 2011 9:26 PM
  • Totes worked for me. I had Veeam Services running which utilize NFS. Once stopped, I was able to add Windows NFS Services. Thanks!

    Thursday, February 22, 2018 9:40 PM