youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Sun Jan 22 10:51:21 PST 2006
David Raison wrote:
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>Sadly even that simple example doesn't work.
>There's no output of mountd in the syslog and showmount -e doesn't
>list any shares either.
>Andrew P. wrote:
>>On 1/22/06, David Raison <david at ion.lu> wrote:
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>>>Right, that's a point I had forgotten to post, although not a
>>>very surprising one
>>>root at lusitania# showmount -e lusitania Exports list on lusitania:
>>>root at lusitania#
>>Look for mountd log messages on the server (`dmesg -a` should
>>contain them, if you're lucky). Just run "/etc/rc.d/mountd reload"
>>and see what gets into syslog.
>>The problem is probably in /etc/exports. Start with something
>>simple, like '/mnt/music -ro'
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Could you do ls -l /mnt, and include your fstab as well as your
/etc/exports file? This is very important because maybe the issue lies
with permissions of the files and directories, as well as whether or not
those are the actual mountpoints for the drives, symlinks, or the like
(at least in my case).
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