08-24-2006 05:48 PM
nfs mount: get_fh: Tarsuse-procure:: RPC: Program not registered │ ^ │
││ /│ nfs mount: get_fh: Tarsuse-procure:: RPC: Program not registered │ │
││ /│ nfs mount: retry: retrying(1) for: /enfs after 5 seconds │ │
││ /│ nfs mount: retry: giving up on: /enfs │
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08-24-2006 06:05 PM
It sure sounds to me like an RPC program isn't registered. :)
I assume the HP-UX system is the NFS client and the Win2K3 system is the NFS server. Try running the following commands on the HP-UX client and post the results:
# showmount -e
# rpcinfo -p
Those two commands will give me a much better idea of what RPC daemons (or the equivalent) are available on the Win2K3 server.
08-24-2006 06:41 PM
In the interim i have managed to mount the share on the Unix system, however i now have a "Permission denied" when I try to access that share.
08-25-2006 12:30 AM
you should make sure that the Windows user through which you are connecting has sufficient privileges to the folder being mounted.
hope this helps!
08-25-2006 01:04 AM
yes. this is exactly what i had read from above.
If you are using CIFS, you need to logon to the Windows 2003 server. Normally done either using cifslogin or using the -U and -P switches in cifsmount.
usage: cifsmount //
cifsmount -h prints short help
cifsmount -v prints version information
valid options are:
-r Mount as read-only filesystem
-u Enable unencrypted passwords
-s Save mount and password in database (please do not
use unless you understand the security implications)
-E Force data encryption (only when compiled with SSL)
-C Require server certificate (only when compiled with SSL)
-W Do without server certificate (only when compiled with SSL)
-f Force mount. Mount the server even if it does not respond.
-S Read password from standard input (implies -N)
-N Don't prompt for a password
hope this helps!