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Openvms - NFS client

HI,

I have a RHL system which I have made as nfs server and I want to use the openvms system as nfs client to copy a file residing at RHL system.

What i did on openvms system is this

<<<
$ mcr sysman io connect DNFS /noadapter/driver=SYS$LOADABLE_IMAGES:TCPIP$DNFSDRIVER.EXE

$ ucx
TCPIP> mount DNFS0: /HOST="RH5x64Q" /PATH="/debtest"
%TCPIP$DNFSMOUNT-E-NOTRAN, default transport is not found, use /TRANSPORT
TCPIP>
>>>

I am not getting why is this error? Can anyone tell me the steps to set up openvms system as nfs client?
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marsh_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Openvms - NFS client

hi,

there is a chapter in the vms tcpip management guide on nfs client which would be a good place to go to check you've got all the bases covered first. you'll find it here :-

http://h71000.www7.hp.com/doc/83final/6526/ba548_90006.pdf

hope this helps



Re: Openvms - NFS client

Thanks for the pointer.

Actually I dont know much about openvms configuration etc. Someone has installed openvms 8.3.1H on an ia64 system.

So it would be of great help if you can let me know the pre-requisites and the actual steps to make it as nfs client.
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: Openvms - NFS client

> $ mcr sysman io connect DNFS [...]

Yow. I'd reboot before continuing.

> So it would be of great help if you can let
> me know [...]

It'd be a great help if you would read the
manuals, too. (Why do they exist?)

You might try SYS$MANAGER:TCPIP$CONFIG.COM.
Basic NFS configuration is one of its
specialties.
marsh_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Openvms - NFS client

hi,

is nfs client enabled for a start ?

$ @sys$manager:tcpip$config

client menu



Re: Openvms - NFS client

Thanks a lot for your time in solving my problem. I am able to fix it now.