When listing mounted file system (df -k), it apparently freezes and displays:
NFS server CDM Server not responding still trying
also when trying to change directory to /ctxmnt, the same error occurs
Not responding error message
In the unlikely event that the client drive mapping process on the server is slow in responding, an error (such as NFS server CDM server not responding still trying or NFS server 127.0.0.1 not responding still trying ) is displayed.
Normally, this request is fulfilled and the message NFS server CDM server ok or NFS server 127.0.0.1 ok is displayed. However, if the problem persists, you must restart the client drive mapping process on the server.
Tip To interrupt the request and get a command prompt, press CTRL and C, or send a SIGINT to the process.
To restart client drive mapping
1. Ensure that there are no users in the /ctxmnt directory (users should not be reading or writing to this directory, nor should it be their current directory). For example, you may want to ask your users to log off from the MetaFrame serverto do this, use the ctxmsg -a command to send a message to all users.
2. Stop client drive mapping. At the command prompt, type:
ctxsrv stop cdm
3. Restart client drive mapping. At the command prompt, type: ctxsrv start cdm