mount on the same mount point
I'm trying to mount 2 md devices (/dev/md4 and /dev/md5) on the same
mount point. I have just read that it is possible.
Note : MD devices are JFS.
But, altough I get no error, I do not get what I expected : the second
mount command makes the first mount invisible.
So, my 2 questions are :
1) is it possible to mount 2 MD devices on the same mount point?
2) If yes, how?
> I'm trying to mount 2 md devices (/dev/md4 and /dev/md5) on the same
> mount point. I have just read that it is possible.
> Note : MD devices are ...NFS mount won't mount at boot, but mount -a works fine.
I'm trying to get an NFS share to mount at boot time, but it won't. However,
mount -a works just fine. I've tried playing with the retry= option with no
luck. nsswitch.conf is hosts: files dns, and I have an entry for the host in
/etc/hosts. The client machine is SUSE 8 (2.4 kernel), the server is SUSE 9
(2.6 kernel). My fstab entry looks like this:
storage01:/array/ /home/array nfs rw,auto,sync
Does anyone have any ideas on this?
On Thu, 23 Sep 2004 18:03:55 +0000, BT wrote:
> I'm trying to get an NFS share to mount at boot time, but it won't.
> However, mount -a works just fine. I've tried playing with the retry=
> option with no luck. nsswitch.conf is hosts: files dns, and I have an
> entry for the host in /etc/hosts. The client machine is SUSE 8 (2.4
> kernel), the server is SUSE 9 (2.6 kernel). My fstab entry looks like
> storage01:/array/ /home/array nfs rw,auto,sync
> Does anyone have any ideas on this?
chkconfig nfs on.
Thanks a lot, that worked. I wasn't familiar with that one.
"Ian Northeast" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Thu, 23 Sep 2004 18:03:55 +0000, BT wrote:
> > I'm trying to get an NFS share to mount at boot time, but it won't.
> > However, mount -a works just fine. I've trie...mount mount file system using nfs
I have 3 Kubuntu/Linux PCs running on my LAN. PC1 is my primary
PC that I do most of my work on. It runs the 'feisty' release
of kubuntu, which I believe is release 7.04. PC2 is on
the network mostly so I can use the disk space for backups.
It also runs the 'feisty' release. PC3 is a new PC on
which I plan to do a special project. From PC3 I would like
to mount files systems from PC1 so I have access to information
on my primary PC. PC3 runs the 'gutsy' release of Kubuntu
which is release 7.10.
NFS is working fine when I mount the filesystem on PC2 on to
PC1. However, when I try to mount the filesystem on PC2 on to
PC3, or when I try to mount a filesystem from PC1 on PC3,
I get the following error.
> mount -t nfs 192.168.2.100:/media/hdc2 /mnt/hdc2
> mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on
> missing codepage or helper program, or other error
> In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try
> dmesg | tail or so
Can anyone guide me on how to handle this error message?
When I run 'dmesg | tail -20', I get the following results.
> [ 39.294153] ACPI: Sleep Button (CM) [SLPB]
> [ 41.412964] e100: eth0: e100_watchdog: link up, 10Mbps, half-duplex
> [ 43.024546] NET: Registered protocol family 10
> [ 43.025211] lo: Disabled Privacy Extensions
> [ 43.544453] ppdev: user-space parallel port driver
> [ 43.884688] audit(12160...mount: mount point /media/cdrom0 does not exist
Hello! I seem to have problems when mounting with my CD-ROM after
every time I boot up Debian r3.1 (Kernel 2.6.10-1-K7; 2/18/2005):
Error - kio_devices_mounthelper dialog box comes after trying to mount
my CD-ROM from desktop: "mount: mount point /media/cdrom0 does not
exist ... Please check that the disk is entered correctly."
I open KDE's Terminal Program (Konsole) to look around:
$ ls -all
drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 1024 2005-03-11 13:52 .
drwxr-xr-x 24 root root 1024 2005-03-09 22:37 ..
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 13 2005-03-11 13:52 cdrom -> /medi...Mounting NFS FIlesystem to AIX
I need to mount NFS volume to an AIX host. Can anyone let me know the
or ( Does not survive a reboot )
mount RemoteHost:/Share /LocalMountPoint
I used the command and changed the mount paramater value to "True" in
/etc/filesystems file. This created the presistent NFS mount point.
...Q: to mount or not to mount?
Let's say a Linux system boots from a software mirror on /dev/hda and
/dev/hdc and that a "/" partition and a swap partition are there.
There is also a SCSI device, /dev/sda, which just happens to be a hardware
RAID card with a bunch of SATA drives in external swap trays.
It is one large partition mounted right off the root as /storage.
Is there a way to allow the system to boot up happily with either all of the
trays in or all of the trays out?
I don't need to add or remove this area of the file system while the machine
is running, but I would like to be able to boot...HELP with autofs and NIS: How to override mount options on all mount points?
I have a Linux box that's trying to use autofs to mount a sizable
number of mount points from a Solaris server. I'm doing this over a
VPN, so the default mount options cause NFS to hang up hard the instant
I try to work with files over a certain size. The solution is to
change the mount options, and I have figured out what those options
I have an empty /etc/auto.master file, because I want to rely entirely
on the server for which mount points exist. It all works fine in terms
of automatically mounting, but the mount options are wrong.
Every search I have done on autofs, auto.master, etc. all talk about
how to manually set up mount points, which somewhat defeats the purpose
of using autofs, so I'm a bit confused.
In any event, what I would like to know is how I can override the mount
options for all mount points mounted by autofs. Is there a single
place, such as auto.master, where I can globally specify an override
set of options to apply to all autofs mounts?
...NFS mount on AIX 5.2
I have just installed my first AIX 5.2 system. I have an NFS-mounted
common directory which I would like to mount at system boot time. The
/etc/filesystems entry reads:
dev = "/Common"
vfs = nfs
nodename = NFSServer
mount = true
options = ro,bg,soft,intr,retry=5,retrans=3
account = false
This is exactly what we use for AIX 4.3.3 and 5.1 and it works fine,
but I cannot get it to work with 5.2. When I boot, the filesystem
does not mount. After the boot, I can mount it manually with just a
"mount /Common" command.
Am I doing som...VAX , AIX NFS Mount Problem
Hope you guys can help on this.
We have an Alpha server running on VAX Vms(I am not a VAX guy)
and RS/6000 Version 4.3.3 NFS mounted both ways.
We recently changed the hostname of the vax box.
First we got an error like the following
NFS Getattr failed for Server foo.inn.com: error 3 ( RPC:unable to
and accordingly updated the NFS mounts in RS/6000. and re-exported the
nfs directory, and re-started the NFS deamons. But we cannot see the
directories, all the following commands on AIX side gives ok
signals.rpcinfo -p hn-s-jaguar
rpcinfo -u hn-s-sas mount
rpcinfo -u hn-s-sas...mount -o remount of NFS doesn't preserve any mount options?
We're mounting a NAS filesystem via NFS to a SPARC Solaris 10 server, and
had to remount on the fly due to a parameter change on the NAS device.
The mount -o remount command neither preserved the existing mount
options, nor read them from /etc/vfstab (they're the same). AFAIK it
took all defaults, which caused some errors. I have resolved the issue
by executing another remount and explicitly specifying all the mount
options needed, but this behavior doesn't make sense to me. Is this
normal behavior? I have researched the docs and the Web and don't see
anything that...mount point has gone, device is mounted, can't umount device
How stuffed am I?
su-2.04# df -m
Filesystem 1M-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/da0s1a 38 31 3 89% /
/dev/da0s1f 7991 2980 4370 41% /usr
/dev/da0s1e 193 151 26 85% /var
/dev/da1s1g 9093 5483 2882 66% /usr/local
/dev/da1s1e 2015 0 1854 0% /tmp
/dev/da1s1f 4032 265 3444 7% /usr/www
/dev/da2s1e 32509 17319 12589 58% /usr/MS
procfs 0 0 0 100% /proc
/dev/da4s1e 1007 39 887 4% /mnt/rt
su-2.04# cd /mnt/rt
su: cd: /mnt/rt: Invalid argument
Get same if I do mkdir /mnt/rt
So How do I umount /dev/da4s1e?
I cannot just reboot as I am not sure that da0 is still my boot drive,
boot0cfg -v da0
boot0cfg: /dev/da0: unknown or incompatible boot code
On 2005-07-30, Mark Worsdall <freebsd@NoSpAmPlEaSe-wizdom.org.uk> wrote:
> Hi All,
> How stuffed am I?
> su-2.04# df -m
> Filesystem 1M-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
> /dev/da0s1a 38 31 3 89% /
> /dev/da0s1f 7991 2980 4370 41% /usr
> /dev/da0s1e 193 151 26 85% /var
> /dev/da1s1g 9093 5483 2882 66% /usr/local
> /dev/da1s1e 2015 0 1854 0% /tmp
> /dev/da1s1f 4032 265 3444 7% /usr/www
> /dev/da2s1e 32509 17319 12...Chnage clearcase vob mount point in UNIX
I have installed CC on UNIX machine and the vob are automatically mount
on /vob/<Vob Name>
How can I change the vob mount point from /vob to something else ( like
"felad" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I have installed CC on UNIX machine and the vob are automatically mount
> on /vob/<Vob Name>
> How can I change the vob mount point from /vob to something else ( like
> /thevob )
Unmount the vob, create a new vob tag, remount the vob.
"cleartool man mktag"
Active users with the vob...AIX 4.3: nfs mount: operation not permitted
We have a lot of different servers (Linux, HP, Sun, AIX 4, AIX 5, AIX
6). On all of these machines I could mount a nfs share, but not on our
AIX 4.3 machine. I get
mount: 1831-008 giving up on:
vmount: Operation not permitted.
Curious: From the same nfs server I can mount another nfs share with the
same configuration without any problem. The shares are configured equal
on the nfs server.
Configuration in /etc/filesystems:
dev = /<directory>
vfs = nfs
nodename = <server name>
mount = ...Mounting a partition as nfs v2 on AIX 5.3
If I mount a partition on AIX 5.3 using
mount -o vers=2 192.168.78.248:/home/nfs_share /nfs_mount
The "total files" and "free files" are incorrectly displayed as -1.
/nfs_mount ( /home/nfs_share): 1024 block
1024 frag size
31718244 total blocks 537448 free blocks 220266
-1 total files
-1 free files 5767170 filesys id
nfs fstype 0x0000 flag -1 filename
However, mounting the same using nfs version 3 shows the correct
output. I am ...NFS mounts
I apologise for this non-Informix topic. Can anyone point me to a
good URL discussing NFS and NFS performance ?
I need to understand what is good and bad for NFS, and how to
My platform is Solaris 9
Database and Unix Administrator
"People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of
thought which they seldom use."
sending to informix-list
I am fairly new to unix and I am trying to grasp the filesystems. I
think I understand mount points, file systems, inodes partitions etc.
but I do not understand the following:
I have a unix box with two seperate file systems I have created:
One is called /unix
The other is called /unix/system.
I can do this right?
Ok then I create a directory under /unix and call it /unix/system.
I can do that right?
If I can do that and I want to access a file under /unix/system how
does Unix know which filesystem to go to?
In article <email@example.com&...NFS mounting
I never needed to use NFS under OpenVMS until now.
So are these steps ok ?
By the way. I suggest Hoffmann to put a step-by-sten in the OpenVMS
In my OpenVMS nfs server:
$ tcpip add proxy ctmagent /nfs=(incoming,outgoing) /host=clientnfs
$ tcpip create container
$ tcpip map "/nfs" dka300:
$ tcpip map "/mynfs" dka300:[nfs]
$ tcpip add export "/mynfs" /host=clientnfs
In my OpenVMS nfs client:
$ tcpip mount dnfs98: /host=servernfs / path="/mynfs"
I get a +1 minute pause when mounting a NFS partition. The partition is
30GB with 21GB used. The server is a Mandrake 10.1 install with kernel
2.6.8 and the client is a Mandrake 10.1 install with kernel 2.6.11 and
the nics are 100 Mps. Once the partition is mounted everything is fine.
On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 11:36:49 -0600, Joe R wrote:
> I get a +1 minute pause when mounting a NFS partition. The partition is
> 30GB with 21GB used. The server is a Mandrake 10.1 install with kernel
> 2.6.8 and the client is a Mandrake 10.1 install with kernel 2.6.11 and
> the nics are 100 Mps. Once the partition is mounted everything is fine.
> Any ideas?
greater than 30 second pauses... then everything is ok... usually is
a DNS timeout issue. Are you using IP Addresses or names? If your using
names... can you do a ping name and have it resolve t the IP Address
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On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 18:16:02 GMT, Jack Snodgrass wrote:
> On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 11:36:49 -0600, Joe R wrote:
>> I get a +1 minute pause when mounting a NFS partition. The partition is
>> 30GB with 21GB used. The server is a Mandrake 10.1 install with kernel
>> 2.6.8 and the client is a Mandrake 10.1 install with kernel 2.6.11 and
>> the nics are 100 Mps. Once the partition is mo...Cannot mount NFS
I have a strange problem on my laptop when trying to mount NFS filesystems.
The NFS server I try to connect to is not the problem: other Linux boxes
can mount the NFS-drives without any problem. Nor is a firewall running on
The only difference between the laptop and the other machines is that the
laptop switches regularly... but that can hardly be the problem...
I have narrowed it down to tpc/portmapper on the laptop:
# rpcinfo -t localhost nfs
program 100003 version 2 ready and waiting
program 100003 version 3 ready and waiting
program 100003 version 4 ready and waiting
# rpcinfo -u localhost nfs
program 100003 version 2 ready and waiting
program 100003 version 3 ready and waiting
program 100003 version 4 ready and waiting
# rpcinfo -p localhost
rpcinfo: can't contact portmapper: rpcinfo: RPC: Timed out
And that's as far as I get.
Can anyone tell me what I need to check next?
> I have a strange problem on my laptop when trying to mount NFS filesystems.
> The NFS server I try to connect to is not the problem: other Linux boxes
> can mount the NFS-drives without any problem. Nor is a firewall running on
> the laptop.
> The only difference between the laptop and the other machines is that the
> laptop switches regularly... but that can hardly be the problem...
> I have narrowed it down to tpc/portmapper on the laptop:
> # rpcinfo -t localhost nfs
> pr...Question regarding persistent mount points for multiple USB drives
Hi there folks,
I am currently constructing a media server for my house and it's using
Debian on a small CF card in a silent Epia machine.
This is being done in an effort to consolidate the music and video
collections that are currently spread across several USB drives about
the house. I have a USB drive for my music and one for my videos,
whilst my father has a drive for videos too.
We would like to plug each of these into the media server and get
consistant mount points for each drive, regardless of the order they
are connected in, as they may be disconnected and taken away with
laptops when on holiday, etc. and then reconnected out of order.
A rather specific example would be;
drive1 mounts to /mnt/Music
drive2 mounts to /mnt/Movies
drive3 mounts to /mnt/TV
Does anyone have any hints on how to do this? I have to admit that I
haven't given it a lot of practical mucking about yet, but from a
brief Google i've not picked anything up but perhaps it's just that my
google-fu is poor today.
I have also been thinking about trying to use UnionFS for this sort of
application, do you think this would be easier?
O/H Mike Coats έγραψε:
> Hi there folks,
> I am currently constructing a media server for my house and it's using
> Debian on a small CF card in a silent Epia machine.
> This is being done in an effort to consolidate the music and video
> collections that are currently spread across several USB d...NFS mount points causing boot hang when network unavailable
Our AIX system has a couple of NFS mount points to a LINUX system that
is used simply as a fax server. During a recent reboot of the system,
we were testing what would happen if we had no connectivity to the
network. To do this, we simply disconnected the cable from the RS/6000
What we found was that the system got to the point where it was trying
to mount the NFS areas and simply hung there indefinitely. After about
10-15 minutes, we reconnected the network cable, and the system
proceeded to continue its boot as if it had found what it was waiting
As this is a production...NFS Mount
I have a problem mounting a NFS share frm a remote computer. We have
the following scenario:
Computer A (RedHat Linux): Two Directorys, which are shared via NFS
Computer B (RedHat Linux): Client (Two IPs; one for ssh, the other for
The computers are connected via Internet trough VPN
When I try to mount the NFS share from Computer B, i get an error
message ( "mount: RPC: Timed out"). I mounted the shares local with
success. Even mounting the shares from another computer in the network
runs without problems. It seems that both computers are configured
All required services are installed, except NFSLock.
Stefan Steimann wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have a problem mounting a NFS share frm a remote computer. We have
> the following scenario:
> Computer A (RedHat Linux): Two Directorys, which are shared via NFS
> (one IP)
> Computer B (RedHat Linux): Client (Two IPs; one for ssh, the other for
> The computers are connected via Internet trough VPN
> When I try to mount the NFS share from Computer B, i get an error
> message ( "mount: RPC: Timed out"). I mounted the shares local with
> success. Even mounting the shares from another computer in the network
> runs without problems. It seems that both computers are configured
> All required services are installed, except NFSLock.
> Any idea???
portmap running on both machines?
Yes, portmap ist ru...Windows Services for UNIX Version 3.5/NFS and remote MOUNT
Has anyone used the mount(NFS) command to write data to a remote
server. If you have can you elaborate on how it works. Also, can you
do image catalogs from tape etc to the NFS mount like you can to a
il 08/04/2009 15.19, Scrive iseriesflorida 43834128:
> Has anyone used the mount(NFS) command to write data to a remote
> server. If you have can you elaborate on how it works. Also, can you
> do image catalogs from tape etc to the NFS mount like you can to a
> UDFS mount.
If it's a question, even if question mark is missing, my answer is no.
I hadn't been able to configure an image catalog using as mount point
any directory with DDIR type.
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> il 08/04/2009 15.19, Scrive iseriesflorida 43834128:> Has anyone used the=
mount(NFS) command to write data to a remote
> > server. =A0If you have can you elaborate on how it works. =A0Also, can =
> > do image catalogs from tape etc to the NFS mount like you can to a
> > UDFS mount.
> If it's a question, even if question mark is missing, my answer is no.
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