Description of problem:
rpc.mountd/quotad use 100% CPU when started in enforcing mode.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Put something in /etc/exports (not sure if this is necessary)
2. setenforce 1
3. service nfs start
This looks like a selinux security policy problem to me. I cam CC'ing
Dan Walsh on this problem.
It is not policy problem, but it is a SELinux/ Kernel problem. NFS
server and SELinux don't play well together right now. (NFS CLient
and SELinux aren't too freindly either, but they work somewhat).
Interesting that if you setenforcing 0 you can mount from another
system but cpu is still 100%
This seems to be working in FC3.