N/APosted on - 12/03/2011
Hi Experts! In Linux, the remote server with attached Network File System (NFS) does not start after a reboot. What is causing this? And how can I resolve it? And also, when in client system, how can we verify the status of Network File System server?
Linux Remote Server with NFS
The remote server with attached Network File System does not start after a reboot because may be it has some configuration problem. To resolve this fact follow this
The home directory must have permission for read/write operation.
The "/tmp/fileswap" directory must have all workstations name.
Your sublet mask will be within 192.168.1.0/24 (C class ) this range.
It will contain minimum host and maximum numbers of its range 192.168.1.0/24.
The "/var/ftp" directory must be configured as its subnet mask says.
You have to log in your workstation as administrator.
Check these option and you will find its fault.