First, export a filesystem on your Linux box (add it to the exports file, and exportfs). Make sure the kernel-nfs server service is started.
# /etc/init.d/nfs-kernel-server startEdit your exports file:
# ed /etc/exportsExport the filesystem:
# showmount -e
Export list for loonix:
On your Solaris 10 box, run:
# showmount -e loonixIt should give you results consistent with the results you got on your Linux machine.
export list for loonix:
Trying to mount the share as NFSv4 will fail (Linux NFSv4 isn't compatible with Solaris NFSv4).
# mount loonix:/home/cmihai /storageSo we're going to mount the share as NFSv3:
nfs mount: mount: /storage: Not owner
# mount -o vers=3 loonix:/home/cmihai /storage
/storage on loonix:/home/cmihai remote/read/write/setuid/devices/vers=3/xattr/dev=4840010 on Tue Mar 18 14:59:06 2008
I ran into the same problem and the above didn't help. However, the problem and it's cure are quite nicely explained here (setting sec=sys was the only option I was missing):
Nice post.. it helped. I didn't click on any of your ads though.
There should be no ads on the site (at least none that I enabled). Check for adware? :-).
I was very glad to find this post. Even though it was from 2008, it solved my problem.
Is it possible to mount NFS soft link on Solaris? am getting error "No Such or Directory exists" when tried?
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