Cannot mount RedHat release 7.3 Valhalla NFS share
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 20, 2013
Can one attach files? What is the best way to share content from "hosts", "fstab", and "exports" files (and I am sure others that one deems pertinent)? Based upon feedback, I will provide file content as requested in the manner recommended.
I will apologize up front--I am a complete moron when it pertains to Linux. I welcome and appreciate all help, including corrections for proper terminology.
I recently inherited old vision inspection equipment that are Linux based--let's call them "system 1" and "system 2". I had to move this equipment and update equipment hostnames and IP addresses. Now, "system 2" won't automatically mount nfs shares onto "system 1". Prior to the move, mounting NFS shares was not a problem.
The OEM isn't really interested in helping me. From their perspective, these systems are pretty old, and my company hasn't purchased equipment from them recently.
[SOLVED] AD UIDs and GIDs not mapping on NFS Share between Redhat 5 and 6
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 12, 2012
I have a folder on a Red Hat 5 machine that is shared via NFS to several Red Hat 5 servers and one new Red Hat 6 server. On the Red Hat 5 servers the UIDs and GIDs of the files / folders are correctly mapped to the AD users and groups. On the Red Hat 6 server I only see the UID and GID - they are not mapped the the usernames / group names. This results in my users not having access to the files and folders they created on the source machine.
I am able to log into the machine using my network login so I know winbind / samba is working.
Does anyone have any idea on how to get the UID's and GID's mapped correctly? Is this an incompatability between NFS on Redhat 5 and 6 or maybe winbind is set up incorrectly?
The settings for the NFS share are *(rw,sync,no_root_squash)
Thanks in advance
Unable to mount NFS Share [RPCPROGMNT: RPC: Timed out]
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 3, 2008
Configuring NFS Sever has never been such a difficult task. But on FreeBSD I am still not being able to mount NFS share.
I have two FreeBSD Machines:
1.] NFS Server
2.] NFS Client
Settings of NFS Server:
# cat /etc/exports | grep -i exports
backup question NFS share in Ubuntu 9.04 backup to READYNAS NV+
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 15, 2009
I set up my ubuntu 9.04 install to be backed up to my Netgear READYNAS by sharing "/" with read/write permission to the IP address of the NAS. Then I set up a backup job in the NAS with the source as the NFS share of my root filesystem and the backup destination as a folder in my backup share on the NAS. I'm getting the following error message:
Accessing an NFS share from ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 18, 2007
Ok, firstly I'd like to say hello. I have recently decided to try out ubuntu. I installed 7.04 and had come trouble the first couple times but everything is ok and running smoothly now.
A few weeks ago I had setup myself a SOHO NAS, using www.openfiler.com. It works great, I enabled the LDAP on the box, made some users and groups for security on my shares. I could connect to the SMB/CIFS share from window and MAC boxes, with the appropriate usernames and passwords of course. When I installed linux on my desktop now, I want to mount the share with NFS. I realize I could use the SMB share to mount it, but I would prefer to use NFS. I looked on the ubuntu wikis and all of that, and followed all of the guides to no avail. I have a few questions
1. If I have the share set to controlled access with my LDAP password, how do I type that in when mounting the NFS share with these instructions:
fstab entry does not mount nfs share
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 13, 2006
hi to all. i have two machines 'A'(192.168.100.20) and 'B'(192.168.100.21) with dapper loaded.Both machines have two user accounts staff and student consequently i have a two directories /home/staff and /home/student on machine A as well as B.
Now i want these directories to be mounted by machine B at boot time in such way that if user logs in as staff on machine B he should have rw access to the mounted folder A:/home/staff and have no access to A:/home/student. similarly if user student logs in at B he should have rw access to A:/home/student but not to A:/home/staff.
i have installed and started portmap as well as nfs-kernel-server on A. i have also installed portmap and nfs-common on B. now everything works OK and if i mount thru terminal like this:
sudo mount 192.168.100.20:/home/staff /home/staff
it works ok.
but if i write this in /etc/fstab it does not mount the relevant files at boot time:
192.168.100.20:/home/staff /home/staff default 0 0
i mean i can mount manuall
NFS share in fstab fails to mount, but where is the log?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 31, 2009
I have two RHEL 5 systems, one has an NFS export and the other has that share listed in its fstab file. The client system should be trying to mount the NFS share upon bootup, correct?
It seems the last time the client system was restarted the NFS share didn't mount - however I don't see anything in /var/log/messages about it. I was able to mount the share manually.
I'm not as concerned at the moment about the fact that the share didn't mount automatically as much as I am concerned about the fact that I can't seem to find any log entries about the failure. Where should such failures appear? Or are they not logged by default??
Newbie Mounting an NFS Share automatically in Ubuntu Unity.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 25, 2012
Hi, first post and a newbie to Linux so be gentle with me...please?
I have an NFS share on a NAS which I can mount and access quite happily with # sudo mount -o soft,intr,rsize=8192,wsize=8192 192.168.2.4:\Public /mnt/NAS. I have this in a script which I want to execute at boot time to automate the mount. In an ideal world the script will accept three CL params to allocate the IP address the object to mount and the place to mount it.
In my DOS days the autoexec would have called the batch file and passed these parameters to it which would have executed accordingly. Do I assume the same sort of procedure with Linux or is it an fstab thing?
Connecting Mac OS X to Ubuntu NFS share
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 24, 2012
Hiya, I have a Ubuntu server (11.10) with the following in exports:
And I have a Ubuntu desktop with this in fstab:
192.168.0.100:/raid/media/data /home/tony/Media nfs rw,hard 0 0
192.168.0.100:/raid/development/data /home/tony/Development nfs rw,hard 0 0
192.168.0.100:/raid/stuff/data /home/tony/Stuff nfs rw,hard 0 0
And all seems well enough - I can read, write and delete successfully.
How do I connect my Mac OS X to this with the similar read, write and delete functions?
I have been searching around for a while now and I seem to be no closer.
Thanks in advance,
[SOLVED] NFS Share Setup Issue mountd: refused mount request: unmatched host
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 16, 2012
I have been attempting to get NFS up and running on a server with Debian 6.0 and share a folder or two with a single client on the network. However, regardless of which tutorial I follow, I always end up getting the following error messages:
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