SUMMARY nfs permission denied

From: john smith <>
Date: Thu Sep 07 2006 - 20:38:22 EDT
Thanks Ric,

Have to add in /etc/dfs/dfstab
share  -F nfs  -o rw=SERVER_A,root=SERVER_A  -d "SERVER B"  /space

check with share command

in SERVER_A /etc/vfstab
SERVER_B:/space    -       /space       nfs     -       yes     -

During boot of SERVER_A if SERVER_B is down/shut, it will wait/have to 
remove/comment vfstab entry, should I change vfstab entry? Which one (mount 
at boot /mount options) so that SERVER_A boot safely if SERVER_B is down.



>From: "john smith" <>
>Subject: nfs permission denied
>Date: Sat, 02 Sep 2006 23:44:06 +1030
>Hi Gurus,
>I know this question asked many times but I tried to find but no success.
>I have Server A and Server B, I want to access Server B dir /space by
>creating NFS, run
>share -F nfs -o rw -d "directory" /space and nfs stop and nfs start.
>and mount from server A, I can read all files but cant copy or modified,
>getting message 'access denied'.
>Should I need to add entry in auto_home or else where or in NIS+ dir.
>I will appreciate if some one send the how to nfs steps.
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Received on Thu Sep 7 20:39:01 2006

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