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Re: Running into trouble when mounting NFS system!



On Tue, 05 Oct 1999, Denice wrote:
> On Tue, 5 Oct 1999, Zhou Senqiang wrote:
> 
> > I run Linux 2.2.5 on server A and SunOS on server B. I tried to export  
> > a directoy on server A to server B. So first I modified /etc/exports  
> >  on server A by adding an entry: /pub (ro,insecure,all_squash). Then I sent  
> > a SIGHUP signal to nfsd and mountd daemons. (kill -s SIGHUP pid)  
> > At last, I tried to mount  on server B: mount -F nfs A:/pub ./pub.  
> > But there is error message: Permission denied.  How to solve this?  
> > Thanks a lot. 
> 
> You should be using 'exportfs' to notify the daemons about exports
> changes.  Try:
   I cannot find this command on my system(SuSe Linux 6.1).
> 
>  exportfs -r
> 
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