A loop device mounted within an NFS share is not accessible via NFS?
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I think the difference between what you do and what I do is that I have "/mnt" exported (the top level directory). And within that I have mounted the loop device (in your case, i guess your ISO is mounted at /mnt/iso).
My /etc/exports file looks like this
If I export the /opt/nfs/dir1 directly, I am able to access it, but NOT when I try it this way.
I think I might be asking for too much, but can you try it by exporting the /mnt directory, mounting your ISO at /mnt/iso, then trying to NFS mount the /mnt/iso? If that works for you, then I'm definitely screwing up something :-)
Edit: I set the /etc/exports the same as yours, and restarted the NFS server. That didn't work. And BTW my fs_image file's permissions are set to 777.
Last edited by srikanthnv; 11-25-2008 at 01:38 AM.