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Re: problem: getting nfs up and running



In article <Pine.LNX.3.96.970429092800.19699B-100000@ns0.cet.com>,
Michael J Devine <pirate@cet.com> wrote:
>I'm trying to get nfs to allow my users on the client machines to have
>access to their home directories on the server.  I recently was given
>these helpful hints:
>
>>   Add this line to your server's export:
>> 	/home  *.<your domain>  (rw)
>>      Then reboot, or do /etc/init.d/netstd_nfs start
>> 
>>   Add this line to your client's fstab:
>> 	<server's name>:/home /home nfs rsize=8192,wsize=8192,bg,intr
>>      Then do mount -a
>
>I did all this, and when I executed the nfs start, I got this message:
>Starting remote filesystem services:
>
>Notice that none of the "nfsd","mountd","ugidd", etc..., lines are being
>printed to the screen.  Am I missing a basic setup step?

Yes it should be "/etc/init.d/netstd_nfs reload". Otherwise no daemons
are restarted since they are ofcourse already running.

Mike.
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