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Old 01-09-2010, 01:23 AM   #1
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Server A(mount)-->Server B(mount)-->Server C,,fesiable? pls help.


Server A(mount)-->Server B(mount)-->Server C,,fesiable?

Export no error, mount from A tell me 'Permission denided', permission has been setup: B allows A, C allows B&A.
 
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what mount?? what filesystem is this?? a little actual explaination really wouldn't go amiss so people have a clue what you're actually asking about.
 
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Server A(mount)-->Server B(mount)-->Server C,,fesiable?

Export no error, mount from A tell me 'Permission denided', permission has been setup: B allows A, C allows B&A.
Same question was posted on someone elses thread from 2008. As was said in that thread, jerryliu, look at NFS4, and the timing of the mounts.

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Old 01-10-2010, 05:27 AM   #4
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Same question was posted on someone elses thread from 2008. As was said in that thread, jerryliu, look at NFS4, and the timing of the mounts.
Where to find to it??
 
Old 01-10-2010, 05:36 AM   #5
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what mount?? what filesystem is this?? a little actual explaination really wouldn't go amiss so people have a clue what you're actually asking about.
Hi,
I got 3 servers in network, 2 servers (A and B) at 1 zoom with firewall connect to 1 server (C) in another zoom, I have setup NFS across firewall share the drive between 2 servers (B and C), just want to share same drive from 3rd server (A) without additional firewall opening, it is NFS mount, can be v3 or v4, when I try to mount from server A to 2nd server (B), the error reported as permission denided. Server A directly mount C no issue.

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