hello all friends
i have a problem when using
sudo mount -t nfs 172.16.238.15:/nfsdata /var/www/html
after waiting for some time i got error "mount.nfs: connection refused "
can anyone please tell what is the problem
i think this command is perfect and should work
the file /etc/fstab is also not present in servers kindly reply if anyone know the problem
thanks in advance
hello all friends
Thanks for reporting this. Before running the mount command you need to make sure nfs server is correctly configured and running. Further since it is not asked in the question to mount the shares permanently so don’t worry about the fstab entries.
i install the nfs server but it is installed before
i saw the /etc/export file in storage server and make appropriate changes there
then come on app server to mount data is any thing i more have to do?
i try showmount -e but got answer that RPC:program not register
and got the error there too what else to do
After making changes in exports you need to make sure nfs service is running, after that you should go with mount commands.
What are the changes expected with /ect/exports file on storage server?
running below command on app1, I get an error message.
Please take help from https://www.tecmint.com/how-to-setup-nfs-server-in-linux/ to identify what changes need to be done in exports file. Please read the details carefully that are mentioned in the question.
I am following the same steps as mentioned in the article.
sudo mount -t nfs 172.16.238.15:/code /var/www/html/
I am getting access denied while trying to mount.
let me know where I am going wrong.
please check the user account tony/banner have sudo access? check the account has the right permission.
I tired 4 times to complete the NFS Troubleshooting task at end of session it saying internet connectivity issue on every attempt, meanwhile i was check the connectivity, it was stable…
Seriously I don’t why I’m getting this error…
Please find the error screenshot…
We are looking into this issue from our end, thanks for your patience.
Now the task has been completed successfully…