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how to mount a clustermember

Regular Advisor

how to mount a clustermember

hi

i´d like to mount direct on the clustermember who is cfs owner from the domain. the NFS mount only works over the default cluster alias.

for example:
mount default cluster alias:/dir /mountpoint --> works

mount member1:/dir /mountpoint --> Can't access hostname:/dir Connection refused

is there something to do in the /etc/clua_services?

regards
rolan
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Honored Contributor

Re: how to mount a clustermember


It is designed to work that way, and you cannot change it.
The only thing you can do is to define a secondary alias, for which only one member (the CFS-server) joins this alias.
Remember to put that new alias in /etc/export.aliases

-j-

_JB_
Regular Advisor

Re: how to mount a clustermember

thank´s johan

i´ll make the mount over a new clusteralias now.

ro
Honored Contributor

Re: how to mount a clustermember

Rolan,

why do you want the cfs owner to handle this? With a fast cluster interconnect this should not be a problem.

greetings,

Michael
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