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NFS client mount issues

SAMI AHMAD
Regular Advisor

NFS client mount issues

I am mounting a share from solaris to openVMS , it mounts the share but iam not seeing any files , what am i missing here?

TCPIP> MOUNT $1$DGA1009:[ORACLE9I.TEST] /HOST="dotstodb203"/path="/test" /structure=5
%TCPIP$DNFSMOUNT-S-MOUNTED, /test mounted on _DNFS1009:[ORACLE9I.TEST]
TCPIP> show mount *
_DNFS1009:[ORACLE9I.TEST] mounted
DOTSTODB203.TO.DOT.STATE.FL.US:/test
TCPIP> show mount */full
_DNFS1009:[ORACLE9I.TEST] mounted
DOTSTODB203.TO.DOT.STATE.FL.US:/test
Transport TCPIP-UDP Writing Enabled
Read/write size 8192/8192 Write conversion Enabled
RPC timeout 0 00:00:01.00 ADF usage USE,UPDATE,CREATE
RPC retry limit 4 Fileids Unique
Attribute time 0 00:00:15.00 Server type UNIX
Directory time 0 00:00:30.00 Advisory Locking Disabled
Cache Validation MODIFY TIME Default user [376,376]
Superuser No Default UID,GID -2,-2
TCPIP> show proxy *

VMS User_name Type User_ID Group_ID Host_name

ORACLE OND 0 0 dotstodb203
TCPIP> exit
BUGGS$ dir
%DIRECT-W-NOFILES, no files found
BUGGS$ show def
DISK$ORACLE:[ORACLE9I.TEST]
BUGGS$
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SAMI AHMAD
Regular Advisor

Re: NFS client mount issues

and i can see the device as :

BUGGS$ show dev/full _DNFS1009

Disk DNFS1009:, device type Foreign disk type 7, is online, mounted, file-
oriented device, shareable, accessed via DFS or NFS.

Error count 0 Operations completed 18
Owner process "" Owner UIC [ORACLE]
Owner process ID 00000000 Dev Prot S:RWPL,O:RWPL,G:RWPL,W:RWPL
Reference count 1 Default buffer size 512
Total blocks 132399476 Sectors per track 0
Total cylinders 0 Tracks per cylinder 0

Volume label "dotst$/test" Relative volume number 0
Cluster size 0 Transaction count 1
Free blocks unknown Maximum files allowed 0
Extend quantity 0 Mount count 1
Mount status System ACP process name "DNFS1009ACP"

Volume Status: ODS-5, access dates enabled.
Hoff
Honored Contributor

Re: NFS client mount issues

You're missing the difference between the $1$DGA1009: device device and the DNFS1009: disk device, most likely.
SAMI AHMAD
Regular Advisor

Re: NFS client mount issues

but the mount command created the DNFS1009 device it self . if you see i am giving the device name as $1$DGA1009 in mount command.
so what do i have to do ?
SAMI AHMAD
Regular Advisor

Re: NFS client mount issues

ok I got it !
It doesnt map the actual device with virtual device so I just had to look for the DNFS device created for files:

%TCPIP$DNFSDISMOUNT-S-DISMOUNTED, _DNFS1009:[000000] dismounted
TCPIP> MOUNT $1$DGA1009:[ORACLE9I.TEST] /HOST="dotstodb203"/path="/test" /structure=5
%TCPIP$DNFSMOUNT-S-MOUNTED, /test mounted on _DNFS1009:[ORACLE9I.TEST]
TCPIP> exit
BUGGS$ dir DNFS1009:[ORACLE9I.TEST]

Directory DNFS1009:[ORACLE9I.TEST]

DISC_20081201_0229.050;1