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NFS on redhat 7.3's problem (help)

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archun

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Did someone has experience running Redhat7.3 on solaris network?
when I use nfs mount to mount solaris(7.0) file system on me redhat7.3 system. my redhat7.3 system will hand if I write the data into the mounting disk.
 

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archun said:
Did someone has experience running Redhat7.3 on solaris network?
when I use nfs mount to mount solaris(7.0) file system on me redhat7.3 system. my redhat7.3 system will hand if I write the data into the mounting disk.
You have to give both system rw option.

For the solaris,
share -F nfs -o rw=linux_host_name /home3

For the linux,
mount -t nfs -o rw hostname:/home3 /home3

Thanks!
 

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I did use these options. Actually, NFS did work on redhat7.2 but not 7.3. That's why I go back to use 7.2.
 

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I use NFS on RH 7.3 and RH 8.0 with no any problems. For administration of shares and mounts I use WEBMIN . I strongly recomend you to use WEBMIN, it saves me a lot of troubles :)
 

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Check your firewall setting 1st, it may reject your TCP port for NFS.
 

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I had the same problems w/ rh7.3 and a openbsd server, it show out to be some settings in the kernel whice wasn't complied in !? I had been upgrading from 7.1 and up to 7.3.
Recompile the kernel w. all nfs options on did the job !!
 

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Thanks, I will recompile it.
 

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