I have two RedHat 4 Servers. The client is 4.6, the server is 4.5. I'm attempting to mount a share from the server, onto the client via NFS.
The /etc/exports configuration is as follows:
exportfs returns these (among other) shares, nfs is running according to
I've been attempting to use autofs on the client, but have opted to just mount the share manually considering the issues I'm having.
So, I issue the mount request:
mount dist:/opt/data/config /mnt/config
mount: dist:/opt/data/config failed, reason given by server: Permission denied
Ok, so let's see what the server has to say for itself.
May 6 23:17:55 dist mountd: authenticated mount request from bkup:662 for /opt/data/config (/opt/data/config)
It says it allowed the mount to take place.
How can I diagnose why the client and server are disagreeing on the result?