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Re: NFS export

Hi Cyril, Hi Michael,

Thanks for the answer.

In fact I successfully mount nfs on the last Debian Live Lenny version.

I am trying to build a Kerrighed module for this project: http://cooperation-iws.gensys-net.eu

I tried PelicanHPC one time, which works fine, but is not suitable to my needs (Lampp server)


PS: with the last Live-helper from debian-live repository I had problem connecting to the internet after boot. Dhcp lease works fine, I get an IP address and could ping the router, but cannot access internet. As I have not reproduce the same manipulations for the moment, I did not further explore

Cyril Brulebois wrote:
Olivier wrote (2008/10/06):
#From Cyril Brulebois post
sed -i -e '2 iexport CONFIG_AUFS_EXPORT=y' debian/conf.mk
sed -i -e 's/ -I/ -DCONFIG_AUFS_EXPORT -I/' debian/conf.mk

Hm? It's been fixed since some time already, see #490079, fixed in 0+20080719-1, dated 19 Jul 2008.

/var/chroot/ *(ro,async,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check,nfsid=0)

As Michael already pointed out, that should be fsid. IIRC it has to be != 0, at least I've been using fsid=1 for a long time and everything went fine.

You may want to check the contents of /sys/fs/aufs/config to ensure you have NFS support enabled. You should also note that there are some constraints on some patches (needed to be enabled or disabled) depending on your kernel version.


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