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A web search for the error suggests that it's a known bug. Once it's fixed (or libtirpc is installed manually), rpcbind should start.
answered Jan 7 '17 by ckujau
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The lshw outputs lists the missing disk as UNCLAIMED: a node is marked as UNCLAIMED if no specific support for it has been loaded (or lshw has been unable to identify the driver) While the dis …
answered Jan 22 '14 by ckujau
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As the message is generated by smartdnotify and the system is really having trouble accessing the device, I'd recommend to investigate the drive issues first, as this looks like a hardware problem. A …
answered Jan 3 '17 by ckujau