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I want to check a folder which is placed in a windows server by my Oracle RDBMS12C. therefore based on my research first I need to mount the windows folder in solaris 11.3. we are using spark server.

I try to use below structure but I am not sure what is wrong with my format would you mind help me:

Format:

mount -F smbfs //[workgroup;][user[:password]@]server/share mount-point

my command:

mount -F smbfs //MyWorkGroup;MyUSERNAME:MyPASSWORD@182.126.18.36/Share10 /myshare

I used below reference: Oracle Reference

I am receiving below error:

My password contains @ so it break into 2 part.

mount: Mount point cannot be determined
-bash: USERNAME:PASSWORD PART1: command not found
[2] 28436
-bash: PASSWORD PART2@182.126.18.36/Share10: No such file or directory
[2]   Exit 127                USERNAME:PASSWORD PART1

Also I want to check with you, many example used /mnt as destination, but I created a folder and called it "myshare" and I want to mount it to that folder, is this approach correct?


based on AndrewHenle comment I edited my script to:

mount -F smbfs '//MyWorkGroup;MyUSERNAME:MyPASSWORD@182.126.18.36/Share10' /pshare 

Now I am receiving this error:

/usr/lib/fs/smbfs/mount: can't resolve name "MyWorkGroup;MyUSERNAME:MyPASSWORD@182.126.18.36", node name or service name not known
  • What error messages do you get? – Andrew Henle Sep 8 '17 at 9:01
  • @AndrewHenle: I added error also – Amir Sep 8 '17 at 9:35
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    It looks like your mount command is getting split by bash into two command at the ; character. Bash treats the ; character special - IIRC, it's a command separator. So you either need to escape it as \;, or enclose the entire argument in single quotes: '//MyWorkGroup;MyUSERNAME:MyPASSWORD@182.126.18.36/Share10'. See stackoverflow.com/questions/15783701/… – Andrew Henle Sep 8 '17 at 10:00
  • @AndrewHenle: I am receiving below error now: can't resolve name "MyWorkGroup;MyUserName:My@Password@182.126.18.36", node name or service name not known – Amir Sep 8 '17 at 10:14

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