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Old 12-09-2011, 04:42 AM   #1
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problem mounting hp p2000G nas storage in suse 11 sp1 on hp proliant server

Hi, try using partitioner to create a partition and format with ext3, then select a mount point, everything seem to work perfectly. but after i restart the nas storage, the mount point disappear and the server cannot see the dev/sda which was originally the nas storage. anyone can enlighten me? thanks alot


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