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I am having an absolute nightmare with NFS on AIX. I have used it many times, and I know what I'm doing, however I cannot fathom what is going on here. I have 2 LPARs, sitting on the same physical host. They are... (12 Replies)
Discussion started by: tmooredba
2. IP Networking
My customer has created a share on a Windows Server 2012 system and exported it as a NFS share.
I can mount the share on a SCO system, but I only have read/write access. So I am unable to list the contents of the share. It is as if the directories had 0666 permissions.
My customer says that this... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: jgt
3. Shell Programming and Scripting
I need a help of good people with effective bash script to mount nfs shared,
By the way I did the searches, since i haven't found that someone wrote a script like this in the past, I'm sure it will serve more people.
The scenario as follow:
An NFS Client with Daily CRON , running bash script... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Brian.t
4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I created a nfs share in the server(Solaris 10) with the following command and also updated the dfstab file
share -F nfs -o rw=server_name2,anon=0 /to_share
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I am trying to mount a NFS share on my FreeNAS system onto my SCO OpenServer 5.0.6. I get the following error:
mount: cannot mount /: Connection Refused (error 115)
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Discussion started by: trolley
6. Red Hat
When i tried to mount the nfs i see this error message
mount -t nfs 192.168.20.194:/remote/proj1 /nfsmount
mount: 192.168.20.194:/remote/proj1 failed, reason given by server: Permission denied
and the /etc/exports file in the host side looks like this
/remote/proj1 ... (12 Replies)
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7. Web Development
I want to mount an NFS Shared folder on Windows XP to vxWorks.
There doesnt seem to be a problem with the sharing.
Now, when i try to mount the directory onto vxWorks (it runs on a Tumbleweed card), using a mount script (.sh), the following is the print i see on Tera Term:
hostAdd... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: chinmayzen
8. IP Networking
I have a few Ubuntu 9.10 laptops I'm trying to learn NFS sharing with. I am just experimenting on this right now, so no harsh words about the security of what I'm playing with, please ;)
Below are the configs
/etc/exports on host
/home/woodnt/Homeschool... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Narnie
Hi, How can i mount an NFS share on a solaris machine a filesystem ?
I have enabled nfs on a windows server and the shares has given read/write access to it to all the users. I would like to mount it on around 10 different solaris boxes with different versions of solaris.
Thanks in advance. (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: uxadmin007
10. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
this is probably a bit dumb ...but i read somewhere that one of the nfs versions can be mounted on a windows 2003 server ..if yes ..does anyone know how this can be achieved (1 Reply)
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MOUNT.NFS(8) System Manager's Manual MOUNT.NFS(8)
mount.nfs, mount.nfs4 - mount a Network File System
mount.nfs remotetarget dir [-rvVwfnsh ] [-o options]
mount.nfs is a part of nfs(5) utilities package, which provides NFS client functionality.
mount.nfs is meant to be used by the mount(8) command for mounting NFS shares. This subcommand, however, can also be used as a standalone
command with limited functionality.
remotetarget is a server share usually in the form of servername:/path/to/share. dir is the directory on which the file system is to be
Under Linux 2.6.32 and later kernel versions, mount.nfs can mount all NFS file system versions. Under earlier Linux kernel versions,
mount.nfs4 must be used for mounting NFSv4 file systems while mount.nfs must be used for NFSv3 and v2.
-r Mount file system readonly.
-v Be verbose.
-V Print version.
-w Mount file system read-write.
-f Fake mount. Don't actually call the mount system call.
-n Do not update /etc/mtab. By default, an entry is created in /etc/mtab for every mounted file system. Use this option to skip making
-s Tolerate sloppy mount options rather than fail.
-h Print help message.
Refer to nfs(5) or mount(8) manual pages.
For further information please refer nfs(5) and mount(8) manual pages.
/etc/fstab file system table
/etc/mtab table of mounted file systems
Amit Gud <firstname.lastname@example.org>
5 Jun 2006 MOUNT.NFS(8)