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Cannot mount external FreeNAS NFS on XenServer VM or Dom0

I'm hoping someone can help identify a problem or at least send me in the right direction. I've created an NFS share on FreeNAS. The server has an external IP. I can mount this on my Debian machine ...
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How to mount an remote filesystem with specifying a port number [migrated]

I am trying to mount a director from another server on my server. For that, I have tested sudo mount -t nfs 11.11.11.111:/some_directory /mnt/test/ But the connections gets a timeout because on ...
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NFS: force file mode/mask on mount?

I have a QNAP NAS on my network that exports some NFS shares, which I'm mounting on a linux machine. One of the shares has data only (no executable files). However, when I mount the NFS share, all the ...
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Spontaneously unmounting NFS exports and nicstat network activity

We have one server which exports two partitions which are massive (one is 61 TB, the other is 28 TB), and we have a lot of users reading and writing to these when mounted on another machine. We have ...
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NAS delay file-availability

I have two machines accessing to a NAS on the same network (OVH), when I update or create some file in machine 1 after I try to read it from machine 2 and it's not accessible, even not visible for a ...
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Where is linux automount's config?

I have a centos box, it has some NFS mounts. I'm trying to figure out these NFS filesystems get mounted. And I figured out if I rename /usr/sbin/automount to some else name, after reboot the box, ...
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Unable to mount the file system from server to client while booting through network

I want a client which loads kernel and file system from the server through network. Till now, On server side, i changed the settings in /etc/dhcp/dhcpd.conf to get an ip-address to the client. After ...
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How to reference an NFS share by UUID in the client's /etc/fstab

I have the following NFS export on my server, with fsid set to a newly generated UUID. /etc/exports: /mnt/data client(ro,fsid=b07f5af6-6b10-11e3-b4c1-00248115724d) I would then run exportfs -rav ...
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Mounting NFS stopped working after server upgrade to newest Debian?

I have NFS server that is working as a general filer in a LAN. Recently due to disk malfunction, I lost everything there, so I got new disks, reinstalled newest Debian (jessie), copied back config ...
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585 views

mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting in Ubuntu Machine?

I have three machines - machineA 10.108.24.132 machineB 10.108.24.133 machineC 10.108.24.134 and all those machines have Ubuntu 12.04 installed in it and I have root access to all those ...
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AutoFS wildcard subdirectory

I am trying to automount /home/users/<username>/secure for all users using AutoFS. Naturally I would put down this line as a direct map: /home/users/*/secure -fstype=nfs4,rw,sec=krb5p ...
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Is a bad NFS mount preventing a clean boot?

I'm on Ubuntu server (I think it's 12.04, but not positive) and I basically ran into this problem here Unmount a nfs mount where the nfs server has disappeared The umount command didn't work, so I ...
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1answer
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Mount export of an nfs share

I have two machines A and B that are not on the same network, and I'd like to export an nfs share from one machine to the other. In the middle, I have a machine M that is on both network. I ...
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1answer
77 views

Read only NFS mount with local writes allowed

I would want to share a directory via NFS only read-only (data should not be corrupted). However I would want the client to be able to use the mounted folder as if it was read write, as transparently ...
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NFS client mounts pointing to the same host directory

So we have a single host instance on EC2 with two EBS volumes attached. When we mount the shares on the clients both shares are pointing to the same host directory even though they are defined and ...
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1answer
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mounting a linux network shared directory onto a directory of another linux server

I apologize in advance if this a noob question. I have two servers, NFS Server: usanfsd01 LINUX Server: usalnxd01 I've to mount the usanfsd01:/nfs/data directory onto the usalnxd01:/lnxwd directory. ...
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inconsistency between du -sh and df -h

I know this is a common occurrence when the result of du -sh is smaller than that returned by the file system with df -h. (Because some files are still open in processes etc..) But in my case I have ...
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1answer
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Creating two nfs shares from same server, but when mounted, both point to same directory

I've got a group of server that need two nfs shares, a few servers need access to one of the shares and all of the servers need access to another. The NFS server is ubuntu 12.04 and the others are ...
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“Network Error - 53” while trying to mount NFS share in Windows Server 2008 client

CentOS | Windows 2008 I've got a CentOS 5.5 server running nfsd. On the Windows side, I'm running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise. I have the "Files Services" server role enabled and both Client ...
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Why is an nfs server mounted as rw returning read only filesystem errors

I am working on a Ubuntu Server 64bit. I have mounted an nfs as rw, but whenever I try to edit anything on the mountpoint in question, I get a read-only filesystem error my etc/fstab reads: # ...
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1answer
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NFS mounts not visible for other users in system

Recently I faced an issue of limited visibility of mounted NFS shares on windows 2008 server. Situation is like this: as user A I have mounted NFS share (from linux server) as User A I'm executing ...
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1answer
485 views

NFS not working on bonded NFS interface - mount.nfs: No such device

We have an error message when trying to mount NFS on a RHEL server. NFS works fine on all our other servers, but not on 2 freshly kickstarted servers with the error "mount.nfs: No such device". ...
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/etc/exports & mount option

In my Linux server I have the following options in /etc/exports /home *(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,no_root_squash) And I mount from a Mac using mount -t nfs -o ...
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Can't mount nfs volume - time out

I have an NFSv3 export from a Linux fileserver which used to mount fine. The fileserver had to go down for hardware maintenance. After bringing the server back up, the Linux client can no longer mount ...
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NFS sharing is read only

I have problem with NFS sharing. See my exports: /export 192.168.1.11(rw,fsid=0,insecure,no_subtree_check,sync) /export/share 192.168.1.12(rw,nohide,insecure,no_subtree_check,sync) From a client ...
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2answers
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Can not mount NFS from server on local network

I set up my NFS server without doing any bigger changes in configuration files. After that I added these entries to /etc/exports(both paths are valid) on server(192.168.1.11): /export ...
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Secure NFS implementation (or other solution for mounting home directories on multiple servers)

Is there any chance to secure NFS so it can authenticate mount requests more than by IP address? Of course I am aware that NFS by design does not allow it but I think of any wrapper for it or may be ...
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1answer
374 views

Force unmount of a partition shared through NFS but not used

Not sure if it's better suited for superuser of unix&linux boards, let me know. We have a server which is one of the main key points of a somehow large architecture. This server has a backup ...
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1answer
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Can NFS be forced to refresh stale files/directories when not using noac on the mount?

We mount without using noac. I have a file that I append to once every 20 minutes. Then it will be read with mmap about 5,000 times a minute. We only mmap a couple blocks for each read. Needless to ...
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If you DONT use noac when mounting, is there a command to refresh the file and directory attributes given a path [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can NFS be forced to refresh stale files/directories when not using noac on the mount? I may be asking this question in the wrong place. We mount without using noac. I ...
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NFS mount share from Linux AD authentication to Linux with NIS authentication

I have two machines: Linux with AD authentication and running NFS server Linux with NIS authentication Problem: When I try to mount any share from first machine (AD authentication) to second (NIS ...
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1answer
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What are the pre-requisites to NFS Mount in between two servers?

I understand port 111 and port 2049 needs to be accessible; but what are the other pre-requisite that's needed to be present before being able to NFS Mount? We have tried NFS Mount using "mount -v -t ...
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1answer
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What does a connection timeout indicate when performing an NFS mount on a QNAP NAS?

We have a shiny new QNAP NAS (TS-879U-RP), and I'm trying to mount it to our big ol' RHEL server in the same manner as our other two QNAP NAS devices. The IT department won't give me the root ...
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umount bind of stale NFS

i've got a problem removing mounts created with mount -o bind from a locally mounted NFS folder. Assume the following mount structure: NFS mounted directory: $ mount -o ...
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1answer
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Feisty network mount refuses to umount

I have a particular network share that's giving me grief. Basically, we had two NAS devices which had to be moved to another building. I updated /etc/fstab to the new IP addresses and tried to remount ...
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using chained automount to mount home directory

I have set up two directories mounted with automount (via LDAP): in the /home directory automount is configured to mount * -fstype=bind :/network/srv/home/& in the /network directory one ...
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mount using insecure ports for nfs

Title says it. mount is occasionally making NFS mount/unmount requests from insecure ports. I believe the issue is being caused by all of the secure ports being stuck in TIME_WAIT after periods of ...
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1answer
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How do I disable NFSv3/v2 connections to a FreeBSD NFSv4 server?

I am using a Kubuntu 11.10 client with a FreeBSD 9.0 server. The server has the following lines in /etc/rc.conf nfs_server_enable="YES" nfsv4_server_enable="YES" nfsuserd_enable="YES" and the ...
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NFS (with Kerberos) mount failing due to “Server not found in Kerberos database” error

When running: sudo mount -t nfs4 -o sec=krb5 sol.domain.com:/ /mnt I get this error on the client: mount.nfs4: access denied by server while mounting sol.domain.com:/ And on the server syslogs I ...
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1answer
797 views

fstab mount after network initialization

I'm automatically mounting a NFS with fstab. Sometimes the mount fails because the hostname of the NFS mount cannot be resolved (getaddrinfo failed). I'm assuming that this happens because the network ...
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1answer
540 views

Mounted NFS directory not writable by Apache / PHP

Need some help here with NFS. Here's what I have (all servers running CentOS 5.6 with SELinux): 172.17.20.1 - Primary server with static IP. Varnish redirects requests to the web servers. 172.17.20.2 ...
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Same nfs mount options, different output

I have 2 OEL5.5(RHEL5.5) servers. I'm trying to figure out why when I run mount command I get different outputs. Server1 has the following line in /etc/fstab/ 10.11.0.61:/vol/exports/ /exports ...
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How do I forcibly unmount when I'm getting stale nfs file handles?

Got myself into a tricky situation. Have aufs mounted at /mnt/1 aufs on /mnt/1 type aufs (rw,relatime,si=daab1cec23213eea) I can't unmount the thing: sudo umount -f /mnt/1 umount2: Stale NFS file ...
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1answer
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NFS. Non-root mount requests

I'm trying to make my NFS server allow non-root mount requests. Server: Debian Squeeze, kernel 2.6.32-5-686 What I have now: root (or sudoes) can mount NFS file systems, but regular users can't. ...
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873 views

NFS Mount Options on Solaris 10

I need to be able to mount an NFS file system on Solaris 10 using the equivalent of the nolock mount option. From what I can see this mount option is not available on Solaris (looks like its a Linux ...
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NFSv3 Exporting directories with binded subdirectories

I've been scratching my head regarding this and thought I'd post it to see if I was missing anything obvious! The scenario is this: The server contains a very large folder called "Programmes" which ...
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Mount an NFS share as non-root in fstab

A tomcat server that is run as root (i.e. web app using port 80) needs access to an NFS share to store uploaded files, which the root account does not have access to. Unsurprisingly, when the web ...
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1answer
497 views

NFS and mounted subdirectories

I have two physical disks mounted as such: sda1 -> /mnt/storage sdb1 -> /mnt/storage/homes I've exported /mnt/storage as an NFS share. The client sees all of the contents of /mnt/storage, ...
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857 views

exportfs -u not unexporting directories?

So, I'm trying to programmatically share and unshare mount points via NFS. (I realize this may not be the best approach, but I'm working in someone else's code.) On my server, I'm exporting the ...
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Mounting an NFS Volume at Startup

What's the best way to mount an NFS share during boot?