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How to mount Net Apps Filer share (NFS) in Linux

 
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senthil_kumar_1
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How to mount Net Apps Filer share (NFS) in Linux

Hi All,

We have Net Apps Filer and we have some share folders with in that. we can access that share thru samba (for windows) and NFS (for Linux).

Authorized users only can access that share.

We are able to access from windows through samba.

But we are not able to mount the shares from Linux through NFS, it is throwing the error message like "permission denied".

How to mention the NFS share's authorized username and password during mount.

Ex: i used following command, but i got permission denied error messags.

# mount -t nfs filer1:/data /data

How to solve this.
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: How to mount Net Apps Filer share (NFS) in Linux

Shalom,

Normally an NIS or LDAP master server is set up, gets rights to the netapp and manages user/system permissions.

http://www.cs.fiu.edu/~tho01/psg/netapp.html

http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-2971/6n57mi2d2?a=view


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Sivakumar MJ._1
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Re: How to mount Net Apps Filer share (NFS) in Linux

Senthil, Can you share the /etc/exports file..

The /etc/exports file should be on the NFS Server.

try this..
Disable the firewalls if any and then try the nfs mount command.

#mkdir /mnt/data
#mount â t nfs :/mnt/share /mnt/data
#ls /mnt/data


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