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Hi again everyone, I am having a few issues with my network's NAS backup server (besides alot of downtime on it). I use smbmount with the following command: root@solaris [~]# ...
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- 10-04-2004 #1
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- Feb 2004
NFS mount -- wrong spaces reported
I am having a few issues with my network's NAS backup server (besides alot of downtime on it).
I use smbmount with the following command:
root@solaris [~]# smbmount //126.96.36.199/myusername /mnt/backup -o username=myusername,password=mypassword
Currently, I am using about 5GB of sapce on there in total according to the NAS space usage reports. When I look at the space usage on the pc this is mounted on, I get the following:
//188.8.131.52/myusername 676G 110G 567G 17% /mnt/backup
I have tried multiple times remounting it, however it still shows the same spaces.
Also, my network should soon be getting a new NAS/IDisk server (with some 70TB ) with some better uptime. How can I mount the NFS using fstab, although it requires a password? Is this possible or can I only use smbmount?If you love something, emerge it