You are using Acronis Cyber Infrastructure with an NFS cluster.
Files on the NFS shares are detected as binary or empty files and cannot be read on some nodes.
pNFS is enabled and does not work properly.
On all nodes running NFS service, disable pNFS:
- Open /etc/ganesha/ganesha.conf for editing.
- Add this block:
pnfs_mds = false;
- Restart service:
systemctl restart vstorage-nfs.service
Alternatively, you can mount an export using NFS version 4:
- Check current configuration:
# cat /etc/fstab
172.20.1.2:/nfsdata /mnt nfs defaults 0 0
- If it is configured in fstab, edit the file to change defaults options to vers=4.0, or add 4.0 to other options listed.
172.20.1.2:/nfsdata /mnt/ nfs vers=4.0 0 0
- If it is not configured in fstab, unmount NFS (using the
umountcommand) and mount it as described in the user guide: Mounting NFS Exports on Linux.