I'm having problem mounting a exported directory of a RedHat 7.1 nfs
server (slacker100) from a RedHat 6.2 client (slacker99)
ps -ef | grep nfs
root 1553 1 0 06:35 pts/0 00:00:00 [nfsd]
100000 2 udp 111 portmapper
100003 2 udp 2049 nfs
and I've nothing in my hosts.allow or hosts.deny
in my exports
And, I've set my firewall of RH7.1 to accept everything.
However, when I try to mount to slacker100 (RH 7.1) from slacker99 (RH
mount: slacker100:/sw failed, reason given by server: Permission
I've tried a /usr/sbin/exportfs -ra
slacker99:/sw: Invalid argument
However, I do notice that in the /var/log/messages
slacker100 rpc.mountd: refused mount request from slacker99 for /sw
(/): no export entry
Additionally, I can do a reverse nfs mount which is slacker100 is
mounting a nfs directory fo slacker99
Can anyone advice what's wrong over here?
It seem to be my exports, but I thought this will be the simpliest it
can get. And, it is generated by linuxconf, so it should not be wrong,
Thanks for any advice.