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I have a Solaris 10 server, I'm trying to mount a share from a Windows nfs server. If I add this entry (tst-walnut:/test_sap_nfs - /majid nfs - yes rw,soft) to my /etc/vfstab, then I can mount, but when I create a file by root:root, the file owner changes to... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Hiroshi
I am trying to mount a nfs folder from AIX client to Linux NFS Server, but I got the following error:
# mount 126.96.36.199:/aix /to_be_del
mount: 1831-010 server 188.8.131.52 not responding: RPC: 1832-018 Port mapper
failure - RPC: 1832-008 Timed out
mount: retrying... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: victorcheung
3. 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
Struck with a peculiar problem
a) /opt/a is auto mounted to /home/a for User:a
When the User logs in to the server his home directory is getting mounted from the autofs i.e /home/a (/opt/a), Instead is has to mount the User home dir from NIS which is /home/a (from NIS).
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Discussion started by: saiprashant
5. Red Hat
I am trying to mount /NFS as nfs mountpoint on two servers ( A & B ).
After mounting the nfs filesystem, both of them behave normally for around 10 mins and after that the NFS file handle become stale and the
mountpoints dont respond. While executing df -kh, the output hang out and the... (15 Replies)
Discussion started by: rajdasuwal
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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)
Discussion started by: tarunicon
7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
This is an unusual situation where I have an NFS server currently serving out MULTIPLE clients over several variants of Linux and UNIX successfully (world permissions) except for a SINGLE client. Even the other Linux (SuSE) clients in the same room are mounting successfully with defaults without... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: neelpert1
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Following my last post I've mounted the remote server on my local server. However copying files from this mounted server is increadbily slow. If I copy files using rcp it's very fast so I assume there must be a setting somewhere?
Any help appreicated.
Thanks (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: AngryBunny
9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm trying to create an NFS mount on server1 to server2. From the man pages I think I'm doing it right:
mount server2:/dev/vg60/lvol607 /net1
nfs mount: server1:/dev/vg60/lvol607: Permission denied
Do I need to provide login credentials to server 2 somehow? What am I missing?
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Discussion started by: FredSmith
I have a NFS share on a Linux server. When I try to mount it on a Solaris 9 server, I get the following message:
nfs mount: <nfs-server-name>: : RPC: Program not registered
I have a few other Sun boxes and I can mount the share on them without any problems. (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: soliberus