Re: What am I doing worng? NFS question
On Tue Oct 16 11:20:18 2001 Hall Stevenson wrote...
>> /dumpdisk2 phse7(rw,insecure,no_root_squash)
>I don't know what the option 'no_root_squash' means, but I
>might assume it's either ignored or not valid. When you
>exported it, it spit back some 'status' info but no mention of
Acording to the man page, it means to allow root access.
>> But I get this from the HP-UX machine, when I try to
>> moun it.
>> Script started on Tue Oct 16 10:35:56 2001
>> WARNING: YOU ARE SUPERUSER !!
>I didn't know that root/superuser wasn't allowed to mount nfs
>points. What happens if you try and mount them as a regular
I get the follwing message:
mount: must be root to use mount
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