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Can't mount filesystem

I have 2 Linux servers.
rcwlo-ods10g and rcwlo-10gdev

I can mount one filesystem from rcwlo-ods10g onto rcwlo-10gdev fine:
RCWLO-10gDev:/ # mount -F rcwlo-ods10g:/SAN /backup

but when I try another one I get:
RCWLO-10gDev:/ # mount -F rcwlo-ods10g:/backup /backup
mount: rcwlo-ods10g:/backup failed, reason given by server: Permission denied

Both directories on the remote server rcwlo-ods10g have the same owner, group and permissions.

Not sure why the permission denied error is happening but any assistance would be appreciated.

Only difference in mounts on the rcwlo-ods10g server is:

/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-360a98000572d5442574a6364677a5972-part1 /SAN reiserfs defaults 1 2
/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-360a98000572d5442574a654674433232 /backup reiserfs defaults 1 2

df -k
/dev/dm-2 1073719608 668739164 404980444 63% /SAN
/dev/dm-0 1610710004 398865804 1211844200 25% /backup

multipathing is enabled but the /backup mount doesn't show part info in the scsi path...
Not sure if that could be it?


Got it working...
Needed to export the filesystem.
All working now.


Last edited by jamie_collins; 09-27-2011 at 06:17 PM..
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