Re: NFS file system sharing in HP-UX 11.11 (2348 Views)
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rajesh73
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NFS file system sharing in hp-ux 11.11

 

source server

 

os-hp-ux 11.11

mount point to be share

/oracle

/oraclebin

 

destinanation server

os-hp-ux 11.11

 

 

i want to share the /oracle and /oraclebin two mount via NFS share to destination server .

so what type of permission to be set in source server and how to export the file system to destination server. i need step by step procedure pls help me.

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Ralf Seefeldt
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Re: NFS file system sharing in hp-ux 11.11

Hi Rajesh,

 

if you already have dfs (/etc/dfs), then follot the steps described in

http://docstore.mik.ua/manuals/hp-ux/en/5992-4616/ch03s07.html

The interesting sections starts after the first image.

 

Otherwise, export the directories in /etc/exports (see man exports):

<directory to share> -access=client1,client2;root=client1,client2

 

access limits the clients, that are allowed to mount.

root allows for the listet servers, that root on the mounting server has root-permissions on the exporting server. Normaly root would be given "nobody" permissions.

 

Have you activated NFS server and NFS client (see the link above and your manpages)

 

Bye

Ralf

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Dave Olker
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Registered: ‎10-10-2002
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Re: NFS file system sharing in hp-ux 11.11

Have you reviewed the NFS Admin Guide for 11.11?

 

http://bizsupport1.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c02037577/c02037577.pdf

 

Dave

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Dennis Handly
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Re: NFS file system sharing in HP-UX 11.11

>so what type of permission to be set in source server and how to export the file system to destination server.

 

Do your users on both machines have the same UID/GID?

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