[SUMMARY :]Export Filesystem on a cobalt raq ??

From: Dirk Bönning <dirk.boenning_at_ccf.de>
Date: Mon Jul 29 2002 - 09:21:25 EDT

anything was right but the portmapper wasn't running.
So the right steps are:
1.) Put filesystem to export in /etc/exports
2.) Start portmapper (if not running; /etc/rc.d/init.d/portmap start)
3.) Start nfs server (if not running; /etc/rc.d/init.d/nfs start)
4.) exportfs -a

Thanx to Lieven Marchand.

CU, Dirk.

-------- orig question --------


I'm new to this cobalt appliances systems. So sorry, if this is a stupid
question, but it seems that's much easier to mantain for Linux guys than
for solaris admins.

The problem:
I've an cobalt raq 4 and I want to export a part of a filesystem to the
internal net cause some application running on inside machines have to
write the results to the web.
I've tested so far:
put the following line into /etc/exports
/my/dirtree/to/share (RW)

The I started  exportfs -a  and finally doing a /etc/rc.d/init.d/nfs start.

This results in:

Starting NFS daemon: rpc.nfsd  nfssvc: Connection refused

and sure the filesystem is not exported.
I don't want to boot the system within this state, cause any problem
could result very quickly in a complete new install on a cobalt.

Any glue, tip, hint, ..

Thanx in advance, Dirk.
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