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Windows 2003 r2 nfs server and HPUX clients

 
Samuel Gutierrez_1
Occasional Contributor

Windows 2003 r2 nfs server and HPUX clients

Hello all,
i'm trying to access a windows 2003 server r2 from c3600 clients.

it's seems to be ok (exports, nfs mounting...) even i can see the windows folder size, used, avail... using "bdf" in c3600 but when i type "ls" it respond ". not found" and i can't do anything. I can't use "mkdir" neither because "mkdir: cannot acces .: No such file or directory".

the directory has 777 permisions.

Any clue??

Thanks in advance and sorry for my english
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: Windows 2003 r2 nfs server and HPUX clients

Shalom,

Check the windows equivalent to /etc/exports

As I understand it there are roughly the same access restrictions available there as with Linux or Unix NFS.

showmount -e hostname_windows

Lets see what this tells you.

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Samuel Gutierrez_1
Occasional Contributor

Re: Windows 2003 r2 nfs server and HPUX clients


Thanks, so fast!!


it tells:

export list for winser:
/prueba (everyone)


Best Regards
Samuel Gutierrez_1
Occasional Contributor

Re: Windows 2003 r2 nfs server and HPUX clients



It seems to be ok too. any other clue??
Craig Smith_13
Frequent Advisor

Re: Windows 2003 r2 nfs server and HPUX clients

I've seen this on HP-UX to HP-UX NFS mounting and the directory was owned by root. Had to add ",root=clientIP1:clientIP2" to the mount in /etc/exports in order access the directory...

As far as setuping up "Windows services for Unix". There are a couple ways of matching Windows Users to HP-UX Users.

It's been awhile..., but if I remmember correctly:

I have only known set of users, so I copied the /etc/passwd and /etc/group to the Windows box. Then created same users in the Windows box and aliased them to the Unix accounts.
Samuel Gutierrez_1
Occasional Contributor

Re: Windows 2003 r2 nfs server and HPUX clients

hi,
maybe i didn't understand so well...
i'm trying to access as root, so i created a user named root in my Windows Domain(My_Domain\root).

But i don't know what to do now. Nothing has changed i still haven't access from unix to windows.

i see information about size and availability, it's a 777 permisions.

help, please!!