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Galen Benson
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Problem using NFS on 11.31

I've got 6 hpux 11.31 logical volumes shared via NFS to an 11.23 machine, but now when trying to share a 7th, I'm getting a message on the client machine saying "mount: /oraexp: No such file or directory." The command I ran on the client side that gave me this message was "mount -F nfs servername:/oraexp /oraexp"

Not sure what to check from this point. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for your responses.
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KapilRaj
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Re: Problem using NFS on 11.31

Can you post exportfs -v from the server ?
Nothing is impossible
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Galen Benson
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# exportfs -v
share -F nfs
- /d01up sec=sys,rw=amsys3,root=amsys3 ""
- /d02up sec=sys,rw=amsys3,root=amsys3 ""
- /d05up sec=sys,rw=amsys3,root=amsys3 ""
- /d06up sec=sys,rw=amsys3,root=amsys3 ""
- /d07up sec=sys,rw=amsys3,root=amsys3 ""
- /d08up sec=sys,rw=amsys3,root=amsys3 ""
- /oraexp ec=sys,rw=amsys3,root=amsys3 ""
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Patrick Wallek
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Does the /oraexp directory exist on your client server?
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Galen Benson
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Yes, here's the bdf from the server:

# bdf
Filesystem kbytes used avail %used Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol3 1146880 206328 933224 18% /
/dev/vg00/lvol1 1835008 468776 1355624 26% /stand
/dev/vgdata/msa70workplace
41943040 27361 39295956 0% /workplace
/dev/oravis/oravis 471859200 265803547 193177355 58% /vis
/dev/vg00/lvol8 11173888 7640472 3507448 69% /var
/dev/vg00/lvol7 5373952 4138536 1225776 77% /usr
/dev/vg00/lvol4 10485760 5100232 5343720 49% /tmp
/dev/vgdata/stage 100663296 66903976 31649417 68% /stage
/dev/vg00/lvol6 8617984 6278856 2320912 73% /opt
/dev/vgdata/msa70opt_oracle
41943040 34310538 7169700 83% /opt/oracle
/dev/vgdata/msa70maximo
62914560 51360805 10831699 83% /maximo
/dev/vg00/lvol5 2097152 21928 2059024 1% /home
/dev/vgoraup/d08up 41943040 9393074 30515594 24% /d08up
/dev/vgdata/d08tst 18874368 21707 17674377 0% /d08tst
/dev/vgoraup/d07up 41943040 30564676 10667219 74% /d07up
/dev/vgdata/d07tst 37748736 26333 35364760 0% /d07tst
/dev/vgoraup/d06up 41943040 30400852 10820804 74% /d06up
/dev/vgdata/d06tst 37748736 26333 35364760 0% /d06tst
/dev/vgoraup/d05up 41943040 35392762 6140941 85% /d05up
/dev/vgdata/d05tst 44040192 27875 41261555 0% /d05tst
/dev/vgdata/d04tst 301989888 91099 283030122 0% /d04tst
/dev/vgdata/d03tst 97517568 3903676 87763537 4% /d03tst
/dev/vgoraup/d02up 41943040 30171085 11036266 73% /d02up
/dev/vgdata/d02tst 37748736 26333 35364760 0% /d02tst
/dev/vgoraup/d01up 54525952 43250657 10570647 80% /d01up
/dev/vgdata/d01tst 66060288 33272 61900335 0% /d01tst
/dev/vgdata/msa70d01
52428800 18197051 32092342 36% /d01
/dev/vgdata/msa70apps
10485760 19651 9811985 0% /apps
/dev/oraexp/oraexp 523239424 145226 490400818 0% /oraexp

As this is a 500GB mount point, could that be the cause of this issue?
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Patrick Wallek
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What about the 11.23 client? Does the /oraexp directory exist there? The directory must exist on the client so there is something to mount to.
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Galen Benson
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That got it. I hadn't specified the local directory. I knew it was something stupid on my part. Thanks for your help.
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Galen Benson
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Thanks for the quick responses.
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