NFS mount from Linux NFS server

NFS mount from Linux NFS server

Post by Andrzej Bursztyns » Fri, 29 Jun 2001 22:58:12



Looks like AIX 4.3.3 is a real challenge. I'm trying to mount via
NFS from Linux Suse 7.0 box. I already configured Linux to support insecure
mounts, defined in /etc/filesystems:
/cdrom:
         dev             = "/cdrom"
         vfs             = nfs
         nodename        = my.ip.address
         mount           = true
         options         = bg,hard,intr,rsize=1024,wsize=1024,vers=2,proto=udp
         account         = false

so mount uses udp (not NFSv3). Mount shows no error but:

ls -l /cdrom
ls: /cdrom: There is not enough memory available now.
total 0

Any ideas? Bare bone AIX 4.3.3

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NFS mount from Linux NFS server

Post by Jose Pina Coelh » Tue, 03 Jul 2001 02:02:56



Quote:> Looks like AIX 4.3.3 is a real challenge. I'm trying to mount via
> NFS from Linux Suse 7.0 box. I already configured Linux to support
insecure
> mounts, defined in /etc/filesystems:
> /cdrom:
>          dev             = "/cdrom"
>          vfs             = nfs
>          nodename        = my.ip.address
>          mount           = true
>          options         =

bg,hard,intr,rsize=1024,wsize=1024,vers=2,proto=udp
Quote:>          account         = false

> so mount uses udp (not NFSv3). Mount shows no error but:

> ls -l /cdrom
> ls: /cdrom: There is not enough memory available now.
> total 0

> Any ideas? Bare bone AIX 4.3.3

Maintenance level 8.  About a gazillion NFS fixes...

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