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Guys, I am trying to mount Unix(Solaris) directory(/export/u/archive/local) folder on my Red Hat Linux Machines, I am trying to setup the NFS server on Unix machines so I could mount ...
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    setting up NFS server settup


    Guys,

    I am trying to mount Unix(Solaris) directory(/export/u/archive/local)
    folder on my Red Hat Linux Machines, I am trying to setup the NFS server on Unix machines so I could mount this Remote Folder on my Local Machine. This is what I have setup on Solaris /etc/dfs/dfstab

    Code:
    #  Place share(1M) commands here for automatic execution
    #       on entering init state 3.
    #
    #       Issue the command '/etc/init.d/nfs.server start' to run the NFS
    #       daemon processes and the share commands, after adding the very
    #       first entry to this file.
    
    
    share -F nfs -o ro=logging01 -d "Logs" /export/u/archive/local
    But when I run this command on local Red Hat Machine I get the following error.

    Code:
    bash-2.05# mount -t nfs weblogic01:/export/u/archive/local /var/logs
    mount: weblogic01:/export/u/archive/local failed, reason given by server: Permission denied
    I did check the folder permission and everthing, it looks fine. I changed everthng chmod 777..not help


    Any help would be much appereciated.

    Thanks In advance.

    Suresh

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    I have not set up nfs in awhile. But there are a couple of files that have to have placed in them who can do what.
    man nfs should tell you what they are.

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