[lug] How to start nfs sharing on RHEL 3.0
djulio99 at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 8 10:24:41 MDT 2005
This is a belated thanks for the instructions!
Exactly what I was looking for.
--- John Hernandez <John.Hernandez at noaa.gov> wrote:
> Make sure you have the necessary shares in
> At a root prompt, run:
> /sbin/chkconfig nfs on
> Dan Julio wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I've ended up having to administer a RHEL 3.0
> > (a job I'm not qualified for...). I want to have
> > export some filesystems for mounting by other
> > solaris and mac os x clients.
> > I used the "NFS Server Configuration" tool to
> > configure the mount points and start the necessary
> > daemons (I can mount the filesystems after using
> > tool).
> > However when I reboot the machine, even though the
> > mount points show up in the tool window, the
> > daemons aren't started automatically. They are
> > started if I open (select "properties") the mount
> > points from the tool and just click OK.
> > How can I configure the machine to start sharing
> > boot-up? Is there some start-up file that needs
> > editing?
> > Thanks, Dan
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