man exports [by gerald_clark]
Getting the following error while mounting in linux:
[root@localhost ~]# mount -t nfs 10.20.30.12:/home/Team/EXT -o username=rncit,password=abc123 /var/log/new
mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified.
/etc/exports file has following entry at remote machine(10.20.30.12)
both machine is wrorking and mount point is ok.
Any idea abo
So I've looked as much as I can and I can't find the solution to this.
I can't mount the NFS exports of my Fedora 19 machine on my laptop.
I have an NFS Server and client. I am trying to include the ipaddress of the client in servers exports file /etc/exports.
In this case , I could not mount , saying permission denied.
But when I give * symbol in the place of ipaddress ( Global , any IPS )
it is mounting.
Kindly let me know what is the reason behind this.
I have a problem with NFS Share.
This is not a particular Fedora issue, but I take the chance :)
How can I mount a network (nfs) drive (on a RHEL4 machine) from my FC11, but as another user.
E.g. I would like to mount the folder /home/userA on the network drive. But my local username is userB. Hence I don't seem to have access to mount the drive.
I want to share a folder with nfs in my debian VM which is in KVM hypervisor.
I have my nfs server running on 192.168.1.99 box, and I have my /etc/exports configured using
I was able to mount nfs from 192.168.1.50 client box.
However I was unable to mount from 192.168.1.49!
The systems are fc18 that are upleveled to the latest levels.
1. Two computers are involved both on the same local subnet.
2. On the Server /etc/exports is set up correctly
3. showmount and exportfs shows the correct values
4. Sever is capable of mounting the directory on itself via nfs
5. client is set up a client and server
6. client is able to mount dir via nfs