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A few years ago I setup autofs on a RH Linux box to mount volumes from four XServes. I need to add a couple new volumes from these same Xserves so that I can access files from the Linux box. I've completely forgotten how to do this and haven't been able to find a solution online. How do I add the new volumes? Do I need to add paths to the new volumes?

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The XServe needs to be setup - Protocols/NFS Export Settings - check Export this item and its contents to, added the Linux box's IP and setup the pull-down to Client.

On the linux box- nothing need be setup. autofs will now work with the new volumes just as it does the previously set-up volumes.

Now I can access the XServes from the Linux box like:

/net/xserve_id_address_here/Volumes/Mount/folder

or

/net/100.100.100.100/Volumes/MyMount/MyData
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