[clug] nfs mount failing
michael at james.st
Wed Aug 12 06:08:47 MDT 2009
On 12/08/2009, at 9:47 PM, Eyal Lebedinsky wrote:
> This is supposed to be simple.
NFS never is, it's the closest we get to MS flakeyness;
only on the full moon, facing west, with the right imprecation.
Fortunately black goats are rarely necessary.
> e7a is f11. I export a directory (/data1).
> It is in /etc/exportfs and the client is in /etc/hosts.allow.
> An attempt to mount gives
> mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting e7a:/data1
> and on the server I see
> mountd: refused mount request from 192.168.3.4 for /data1 (/
> data1): unmatched host
Is the client identified by 192.168.3.4 in /etc/exports ?
Is IPv6 safely disabled?
Is it a full moon?
Well theme my emoticons disgusted. What has Linux come to?
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