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Storageworks x1600, NFS to Solaris

 
Matt Hearn
Regular Advisor

Storageworks x1600, NFS to Solaris

Hi all! We have a Storageworks x1600 that we're trying to configure so that it can share storage, via NFS, with a Solaris server (and, later, an HP-UX server). We can successfully mount the filesystem on the Solaris host, but get permission denied errors when trying to cd into it or list its contents:

psjump02:/ $ mount nas01:/UNIX_SHR /jumpstart
psjump02:/ $ cd /jumpstart
ksh: /jumpstart: permission denied
psjump02:/ $ ls -l /jumpstart
/jumpstart: Permission denied
total 1
psjump02:/ $ ls -ld /jumpstart
drwxrwxrwx 2 nobody nobody 64 Apr 21 11:00 /jumpstart
psjump02:/ $ df -k /jumpstart
Filesystem kbytes used avail capacity Mounted on
nas01:/UNIX_SHR 4883517108 240980 4883276128 1% /jumpstart

Looking at some manuals, it seems that we have to configure ADLDS on the x1600 to do this, but it's pretty vague as to how. Has anyone done this?
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Greg Schenzel
New Member

Re: Storageworks x1600, NFS to Solaris

Did you ever find a solution? I don't have this particular problem, but I just transferred 1.5TB of data and I can't chown anything. I've been digging through manuals for days and even set up an AD server just for this. This is a *TERRIABLE* NFS server.