[Suzaku:00217] Re: Problem with NFS
Shakith D. Fernando
2005年 1月 10日 (月) 22:36:50 JST
Thanks a lot for the suggestions.
problem was with the nolock option,
Let me introduce myself properly.
I am undergraduate student in National University of Singapore.
I am working on building a networked reconfigurable embedded device using
the Suzaku Board
----- Original Message -----
From: "Yasushi SHOJI" <email@hidden>
To: "SUZAKU general discussion list" <email@hidden>
Sent: Monday, January 10, 2005 6:19 PM
Subject: [Suzaku:00216] Re: Problem with NFS
> At Mon, 10 Jan 2005 08:59:56 +0000,
> Shakith Fernando wrote:
> > Dear Sir,
> no need to call me Sir ;)
> > Sorry for the earlier html msg.
> > The client is the SUZAKU board. The Image is built up on my own. The
> > is a busybox version. Linux Redhat is running NFS Server. The export
> > has following line.
> > /home/shakith/my_share SUZAKU(rw, SYNC, NO_ROOT_SQUASH)
> > NFS was restarted.
> > On the client,
> > # mount -t nfs 172.20.73.64:/home/shakith/my_share /mnt -o
> > wsize=4096,rsize=4096
> > Help is appreciated
> hmm.. do you have an entry called 'SUZAKU' in your server's /etc/hosts
> or can your server get ip number of your suzaku board with the name
> what if you change the word 'SUZAKU' to '*' like this:
> /home/shakith/my_share *(rw, SYNC, NO_ROOT_SQUASH)
> btw, you need 'nolock' option in client command if you don't have rpc
> running on suzaku.
> for a quick check did you enable CONFIG_USER_BUSYBOX_NFSMOUNT? Can you
> mount the my_share from other system? (such as rhl on i386?)
> my settings
> on server's /etc/exports:
> /srv/exports/suzaku *(rw,no_root_squash,sync)
> on suzaku:
> # mount -t nfs 192.168.1.xx:/srv/exports/suzaku /mnt -o
> this works for me.
> Best regards,
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