mounting shared folder at boot


 
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Operating Systems Linux Ubuntu mounting shared folder at boot
# 1  
Old 04-16-2010
mounting shared folder at boot

Hi All
Everytime a reboot my machine "hostB" I have to mount a shared (with machine "hostA" ) NFS folder giving this command
Code:
sudo mount hostA:/sharedFolder /sharedFolder

How to use fstab in order to do this automatically?

I should say
Code:
hostA:/sharedFolder    /sharedFolder          nfs          rw                     0 0

but I don't know whether last 2 values 0 0 are correct and I ddin't understand what they exactly mean and how they impact on the system.
Thanks
MNSTN
Login or Register to Ask a Question

Previous Thread | Next Thread

10 More Discussions You Might Find Interesting

1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers

Sub-folder in share disappears when mounting to other server

Hello, I have 3 solaris 11.2 servers: 1 and 2: are just fileservers with 1 zfs-share server 3: i want to use this one to connect to the rest of our network (windows machines and a few solaris machines) I created the shares on all servers like this (x needs to be replace with the number... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: Wim_123
9 Replies

2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

Trouble setting up a shared folder

I'm trying to set up a folder in my home directory that will be shared with another user but for some reason it is not working this is what I've done, I have tried two different ways using ACL's and chown/chgrp etc I set up a group called say: sharedgroup and added both my user (john) and fred... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: 14952john
3 Replies

3. Solaris

Help mounting nfs on boot on Solaris 11

Hello, I am looking for some assistance in mounting an nfs drive on boot, on a Solaris 11 machine. On my Solaris 9/10 machines, I have an entry for my nfs mount in /etc/vfstab, however when I add the same entry to my vfstab on Solaris 11, the drive will not mount on boot. After booting up, I... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: bstring
5 Replies

4. Solaris

Help with mounting a folder-Virtual Box

How do you mount a shared folder within Solaris 10 virtual machine that has been shared by Virtual Box? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jastanle84
1 Replies

5. Shell Programming and Scripting

See shared folder

Hello, I want to list all shared folder in terminal in local. I haven't found the command for, i'm on bash in mac os x. Thanks (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: protocomm
2 Replies

6. Solaris

mounting windows share folder

please help me,,i need step to mount windows share folder,,i try samba and nfs and it didnt work (in my linux server the command is fine),,can somenone give me an example for this to be done? (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Cellscript
0 Replies

7. Filesystems, Disks and Memory

can folder shared with NFS (/usr/)

hello i wanted to ask you i try to setting: pc server name: A pc user name: B pc user name: C server A is opensuse 11.2 with kde 4.3.5 and last kernel so i create NFS server, i think.. folder (/usr is all softwares and library) because server A can share to PC A. because all... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: tunjin
0 Replies

8. Solaris

Mounting disk at boot

Hi once more :p Yesterday I reinstalled Solaris OS and now I can not mount pcfs HDD SunOS unknown 5.10 Generic_142901-03 i86pc i386 i86pc and what has been added in /etc/vfstab is /dev/dsk/c1t0d0p1:c - /podaci - pcfs - yes rw But as I said , my disk is... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: solaris_user
4 Replies

9. Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions

mounting a directory to a windows 2000 shared folder

until recently I've been using the following command successfully: mount -t smbfs -o username=my_user_name,password=password /home/temp/ //oldserver/openexchange To connect to a Win2000 shared folder called openexchange on a machine called //oldserver. But as from today, I've been getting... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: cw1972
2 Replies

10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

Mounting on boot up

Is there a recognised way of mounting drives/network connections on bootup? I realise you can do this by adding the mount command to the 'bashrc' file, but for some rearon this does not seem to be the way i would expect you are supposed to do it. Cheers! Nic (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: nicfellows
7 Replies
Login or Register to Ask a Question
tttview(1)								net								tttview(1)

NAME
tttview - Tele Traffic Tapper viewer- a viewer program for remote, real-time, graphical traffic-monitoring. SYNTAX
tttview [-addr recv_addr] [-mcastifaddr addr] [-multicast] [-port recv_port] [-probe addr] [-yscale (K|M|n)] DESCRIPTION
tttview is the viewer program in the ttt program suite. tttview displays traffic-data collected on a remote host by tttprobe. To run tttview, it is not necessary to be "root". The ttt program suite is yet another descendant of tcpdump but it is capable of real-time, graphical, local and remote traffic-monitoring. It won't replace tcpdump, rather, it helps you find out what to look into with tcpdump. OPTIONS
-addr recv_addr Specifies the local address. Only useful for multicast addresses. If omitted, "224.8.8.0 is used as default. -mcastifaddr addr Specifies the multicast interface address. Only useful when an interface is selected to join a multicast group. -multicast Shorthand for the default multicast destination "224.8.8.0". -port recv_port Specifies the udp port number to receive traffic-data from a remote tttprobe. If omitted, port 7288 is used as default. -probe addr Specifies the address of a probe. Only useful to select one among multiple probes. -yscale ('K'|'M'|n) change the scale of y-axis. 'K' and 'M' represent 1000 and 1000000 respectively. EXAMPLES
Remark: "hostA" is allways the host where traffic-data is collected with tttprobe and "hostB" is allways the host where the traffic-data is displayed with tttview. point-to-point monitoring: hostA: tttprobe hostB hostB: tttview or: hostA: tttprobe ip_of_hostB hostB: tttview multicast: when using the default multicast address: hostA: tttprobe -multicast hostB: tttview -multicast this is equivalent to: hostA: tttprobe 224.8.8.0 hostB: tttview -addr 224.8.8.0 AUTHORS
tttview was written by Kenjiro Cho < kjc@csl.sony.co.jp>. This manual page was written by Thomas Scheffczyk <thomas.scheffczyk@verwaltung.uni-mainz.de>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). SEE ALSO
ttt(1), tttprobe(1) Kenjiro Cho 1.7 tttview(1)

Featured Tech Videos