What ports are being used with autofs and nfs? If I have the firewall enable, autofs is not able to mount exported filesystems. With the firewall enabled, I am able to mount the filesystems manually fine. If I disable the firewall, autofs works as expected. When the firewall is enabled, I have nfs set as a trusted service. What other ports do I need to open up?
A buddy of mine was telling me how he prefers AutoFS to GVFS. I opted to give it a shot, but I'm not sure I understand how AutoFS actually works. I'm seeing some inconsistencies where it works in some situations but not others.
i just create a nfs server and share a /123 directory , i can successfully mount this share using mount command , but i cant be mount using auto.master (autofs) , so plz guys tell me how can i mount this share using autofs .
Started noticing an issues with autofs and don't know when it showed up but it is on both F16 and F17 systems. Have multiple autofs mounts that have been working for years... Literally set them up with FC1.
I have a nfs server (unfortunately v3 but I am working on that), a centos 6.3, a osx 10.7, and a ubuntu 12.10 boxes. I was setting up these machines to access the nfs server. The centos box works fine and I have autofs working on it. I went so far on the osx box to nfs mount the share; still need to do the autofs bit. But, on the 12.10 desktop I seem to have a few issues.
When creating partitions or selecting existing partitions in the manual partitioning tool, the mount point box does not accept keyboard input. The dropdown still works, so the default values (/, /home, etc.) can still be selected, but a new one cannot be specified.