Dear list subscribers,
I got one answer from Casper Dik (thanks Casper!) which was
extremely clear ;-)
>> No, you cannot do this.
My original question was:
> is it possible to re-export a nfs-mounted filesystem to
> enable to mount it to another machine?
> Machine1: NFS-Server, exports to machine2, has fs local mounted
> Machine2: NFS-Client and NFS-Server, exports fs to machine 3
> Machine3: NFS-Client, nfs-mounting fs (r/o)
> Disk ---> Machine1 ---> Machine2 ---> Machine3 (can see disk)
> How can I do this? All machines are Suns (SS20) with Solaris 2.6
Best wishes, Guenter
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