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manoj.linux 12-11-2009 03:41 AM

nfs issue

I have shared /test file system on linux system and given only oracle , none for others,

and mounted as /test on another box and given given only oracle full permission , none for others,

now I am not able to view the contents of shared file system on server where I have mounted the file system using oracle id ,both the servers are able to ping each other. .

what parameters needs to be changed in /etc/exports file.

Please suggest.


datopdog 12-11-2009 04:37 AM

Is the oracle user id the same on both servers ?

trryhend 12-15-2009 09:32 AM

In /etc/exports
/test (rw,sync)

On the client computer add line to fstab:
###.###.##.# /mount/point nfs rw,nolock,nocto,actimeo=3600 0 0

# Where ###.###.##.# is the actual IP of the server and
# where /mount/point is the actual mount point on the client

trryhend 12-16-2009 03:43 AM

If you want to restrict to one particular machine, try using the IP address. If you're using DHCP, stop and use static IP, (choose an address that is outside the DHCP pool).

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