[Gluster-users] cannot nfs mount glusterFS
craig at gluster.com
Wed Nov 3 18:41:28 UTC 2010
There is a bug filed, Gluster should throw a warning when you start the volume. Please keep us updated as you test, let me know f you have any other questions.
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From: "Matt Hodson" <matth at geospiza.com>
To: "Vikas Gorur" <vikas at gluster.com>
Cc: gluster-users at gluster.org
Sent: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 11:34:29 AM
Subject: Re: [Gluster-users] cannot nfs mount glusterFS
HA! that was it. dolt! thank you. i was going crazy looking at other
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On Nov 3, 2010, at 11:26 AM, Vikas Gorur wrote:
> On Nov 3, 2010, at 11:18 AM, Matt Hodson wrote:
>> I just installed distributed gluster FS on 2 CentOS 5 boxes.
>> install and configuration seemed to go fine. gluterd is running.
>> firewalls/iptables are off. however for the life of me i cannot
>> nfs mount the main gluster server from either a OSX or a CentOS 5
>> box. I use NFS often and have a fair amount of experience with it
>> so i've reviewed most of the common pitfalls.
>> here's the command that fails from centos:
>> $ sudo mount -v -t nfs 172.16.1.76:/gs-test /mnt/gluster/
>> mount: trying 172.16.1.76 prog 100003 vers 3 prot tcp port 2049
>> mount: trying 172.16.1.76 prog 100005 vers 3 prot udp port 909
>> mount: 172.16.1.76:/gs-test failed, reason given by server: No such
>> file or directory
>> and the same one from OSX 10.5
>> sudo mount -v -t nfs 172.16.1.76:/gs-test /gluster/
>> mount_nfs: can't access /gs-test: No such file or directory
>> what's weird is that i can mount actual dirs on the gluster server,
>> just not the gluster VOLNMAE. in other words, this command works
>> fine because it's mounting an actual dir.
>> $sudo mount -v -t nfs 172.16.1.76:/ /mnt/gluster/
> You have the kernel NFS service running. That is why you can mount
> regular directories on the gluster server.
> When you try to mount Gluster the kernel NFS server is actually
> looking for a directory called /gs-test, which ofcourse does not
> exist. You need to stop the kernel NFS service and stop and start
> the gluster volume.
> Vikas Gorur
> Engineer - Gluster, Inc.
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