05-31-2013 04:23 AM - last edited on 06-03-2013 07:28 PM by maikoro
I am trying to share the FS from HP Unix 11i v3 host to Linux host, FS is getting perfectly shared, but on linux node on the shared fs, I am not able to create an file or folder.
folloing entry in dfstab:
share -F nfs -o rw=Linuxhost /sapmnt/QE2/profile
Problem on Linux host:
Linuxhost:root:/sapmnt/QE2/profile # touch abcd
touch: cannot touch `abcd': Read-only file system
Any idea what could be the soultion, i tried even with the user & root but same issue
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05-31-2013 06:58 AM
If the HP-UX server is not allowing write access but it is allowing the client to mount the filesystem then this sounds like a hostname resolution issue. In other words, the HP-UX server is not matching the client to the name "Linuxhost". You can try using the fully-qualified domain name of the client or even the IP address of the client in the rw= list to see if it helps.
06-01-2013 11:29 PM
yes, I am as a root, even i tried with the user, which owns the directory, but same, not able to create any files or directory, its saying ready only.
06-02-2013 12:43 PM
>I am as a root
No, you are "less than dirt", nobody, unless you add root= to your share command.
>even I tried with the user, which owns the directory
Now that should work, if you are using the same IDs.