Questions tagged as ['mount']
I have a storage system that is broken for file storage. The block storage components still work and I am able to create a pool/lun and attach to a linux host.
I created a multi-TB LUN and have it connected to a linux host automatically during reboots
/etc/fstab looks like
/dev/sdc /opt/exports/iscsi_drive ext4 _netdev 0 0
From here I am planning to configure NFS to export the /opt/exports/iscsi ...
Currently, I'm managing a back-up service for multiple remote servers. Backups are written trough rsync, every back-up has it's own filecontainer mounted as a loop device. The main back-up partition is an 8T xfs formatted and the loop devices are between 100G and 600G, either ext2 or ext4 formatted. So, this is the Matryoshka-like solution simplified:
df -Th > /dev/vdb1 xfs 8,0T /mnt/back ...
I'm trying to create a simple NFSv4 export. What I did so far:
/srv/nfs4 <myipnet>/255.255.255.0(rw,sync,fsid=0,no_subtree_check) /srv/nfs4/homes <myipnet>/255.255.255.0(rw,sync,no_subtree_check)
I also created a bind like it should be done for NFSv4 in
/home/nfshomes /srv/nfs4/homes none bind 0 0
Then on my client I added this line to the
I have samba ad dc and on a different member I have a file server.
Domain Controller = Debian 11 (DC01) Domain Member (File Server) = Fedora 34 (FS01) Domain Member (Workstation) = Fedora 34 (F01)
Here are the mount points (F01)
/multimedia/Photos /multimedia/Movies /multimedia/Music /multimedia/Videos
# Global parameters [global] dedicated keytab file = /etc/krb5.keytab ...
the issue is we followed the instructions here
but get mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified
whenever we do mount -a
I restored an EBS volume from AWS Backup and attached it to a new EC2 instance. When I
lsblk I can see it under the name
More specifically the output of
NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT loop0 7:0 0 25M 1 loop /snap/amazon-ssm-agent/4046 loop1 7:1 0 55.4M 1 loop /snap/core18/2128 loop2 7:2 0 61.9M 1 loop /snap/core20/1169 loop3 ...
Both server and client are cent os 7.0
My data VM has a exports file:
/data 10.75.0.0/24(rw,sync,no_subtree_check) 10.50.1.0/24(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,no_root_squash)
My client has a fstab:
10.50.1.248:/data/archive/images /export/images nfs rsize=32768,wsize=32768,actimeo=0,bg,intr
Sure enough that client whose user is arc can ls /export/images but if I try to cd into there and touch a file:...
It concerns a rhel8 server that has two disks (sda and sdb), and only on the sdb disk a Stratis filesystem has been created. After a restart of the server, no more mount point appears on the sdb disk. When I try to mount it I get the following error.
# mount -a mount: /var/www/html/nextcloud/data: mount(2) system call failed: ...
So i recently upgraded from Ubuntu 21.04 to 21.10 and now my ZFS datasets wont mount, even manually using the forced option.
I have tried exporting the pool and re-importing the pool, but even trying it with the Forced options continue to fail.
root@daviserver:~# zfs mount -af cannot mount 'ssdpool/sftpsync': Insufficient privileges cannot mount 'ssdpool/sftpsync': Insufficient privileges cannot mount ...
Here is an
/etc/fstab record example of one of the mounts as per
x-systemd.automount and other goodies:
UUID=XXXX-XXXX /media/XXXX-XXXX auto noauto,nofail,nouser,uid=root,gid=users,umask=007,X-mount.mkdir,x-systemd.automount,x-systemd.device-timeout=1,x-systemd.idle-timeout=60 0 2
Currently this external exFAT-formatted drive is physically disconnected from the PC, but I still get the following ...
(it's my firt use of serverfault and english is not my first langage, so be cool with me).
I want to use FSC cache on a NFS Share. It's a zpool on a OVH Server. I have 3 servers using this NFS share on Debian 11 (got the same issue in Debian 10, i upgrade it to test). but mount is not working :
mount.nfs: mount(2): Invalid argument mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified
it's a 4.19.0-1 ...
Some Docker images like postgres and gitlab/gitlab-ce require the ability to set permissions and ownerships on files and directories, however this does not appear to be supported on Azure Container Instances (see here, here, here) due to the file shares being mounted as CIFS (SMB) and the underlying file system appearing to be NTFS.
Is there any way to mount an Azure file share or blob storage to my cont ...
I had a drive that would seem to be mounted and busy no matter what I did. But since I didn't want to reboot the whole system, I ran
echo 1 > /sys/block/sd*/device/delete to force the kernel to "unplug" or unregister the drive.
Then I unplugged and replugged the SATA power cable of the disk, it showed up again in the system and worked as expected.
But what could I've done if I didn't have ...
I have inherited the administration duties on an EC2 instance with a single EBS volume mounted. The device (xvda) is partitioned, with xvda2 mounted as root (/), but I have no idea what is on xvda1, or why it exists.
$ lsblk<br> NAMEMAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINTM xvda 202:0 0 600G 0 disk ├─xvda1 202:1 0 1M 0 part └─xvda2 202:2 0 600G 0 part /
When I attempt to m ...
I'm trying to understand problems that I get when I run my
debootstrap procedure more than once in parallel. It seems to come down to this piece of bash script:
DIR1=/mnt/foo$RANDOM DIR2=/mnt/foo$RANDOM mkdir -p "$DIR1" "$DIR2" mount -o bind /dev "$DIR1" mount -o bind /dev/pts "$DIR1/pts" mount -o bind /dev "$DIR2" mount -o bind /dev/pts "$DIR2/pts" umount "$DIR1/pts" umount "$DIR1"
Do you have an ...
So I do know that by default when we mount; the user/group ownership is set to
uid=0=gid when belongs to the root and I read that in the mount man page.
The weird thing is I am mounting an NFS share in
/oradata which is a directory that I have created as follows:
[root@sandbox ~]# mkdir /oradata [root@sandbox ~]# chown oradata:oinstall /oradata
Then am doing the NFS mount:
[root@sandbox ~]# mount -t nfs ...
I would like to implement my own process into a CentOS7 operating system which automount an external storage (AVID ISIS for this example) at boot through systemd.
To do that, I scripted the mount procedure (because I cannot use fstab in this particular case, the avidfos command provided by AVID is needed) but I have noticed that my process failed at boot. When I run it just after the boot process ...
I've mounted my Google drive and would like to make a live backup image of my raspberry pi. Would this command work?
sudo dd status=progress if=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=10M conv=sync,noerror | gzip -9 - | dd of=~/mnt/gdrive/RPI/"home server"/backups/$(date +%Y%m%d).gz
I'm not sure if it's an issue copying to a mounted drive, I don't know if it's going to recursively start backing itself up because it's mounted ...
Once a while, I need to adjust mountpoints of a server and it is not always possible for me to reboot the system right away. Therefore, to check if my revision to
/etc/fstab is correct, usually I do
mount -a to see if there are any complaints. If there are no complaints, I believe my
/etc/fstab is okay and let the server team to reboot the server whenever they want.
However, I am keep wondering, i ...
I have a problem with an Oracle Cluster Filesystem (ocfs2) attached to a cluster of Ubuntu 20.04 servers. The file system keeps getting mounted as read-only. Unfortunately, I know the cause since the system was rebooted in the middle of a file copy. I'm not surprised there are issues with some of the files but I would even be happy to delete all of these files and re-copy, but the file system keeps g ...
I am running a Spectrum Scale filesystem on RHEL8 that is exported via NFSv3. The HA part is done by ctdb using 4 nodes (active-active), following this configuration guide by the samba/ctdb people: https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Setting_up_CTDB_for_Clustered_NFS.
In the nfs.conf there's a state-directory path for statd which points to a directory on the shared Spectrum Scale filesystem:
I'm on a Linux machine trying to mount an SMB share inside a big network via my Active Directory username:
mount -t cifs -o username=myuser,domain=mydomain //server/share /mount/path
After the password + succesful mount I try
touch /mount/path/test.txt, but I get permission denied. So many search results (this one is the biggest in terms of upvotes) suggest that because of using
sudo mount the wr ...
I would like to mount only a folder of a Google Drive on a Linux CLI server. What would be the best way to do that? Share of this folder to a dedicated Google user, and mount it using that account? Is that even possible?
I have a fargate container running which needs access to files present on an EC2 instance. Both are in the same network and security groups do not restrict traffic.
I tried using
sshfs as well as mount using
cifs.utils package. However because it is a container I get errors during the mount
Unable to apply new capability set.
fuse: device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' first
I checked the wor ...
I'm working with a Synology RAID1 system and deleted a file that wasn't yet backed up. To recover the file, and since an undelete approach seems to be impossible, my idea is to mount a single RAID1 disk in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and search for it, but I'm having some trouble with it. An internet search brought me to two related Q&A's here; they are of older date though and didn't work in my case.
I feel a bit stupid to ask as it feels to me to be a very basic question, but anyway I haven't found a solution yet:
I have a Linux dataserver and several workstations that mount folders on this dataserver using NFS. The system is set up in a way that users have the same uids on both, server and workstations. There is no centralized user management, but the accounts are local accounts on the acco ...
I'm running a Lubuntu QEMU VM under Bunsenlabs Lithium (Debian 10). I'm testing different ways to share folder with NFS. First created share was OK, but the host refused to share the second folder.
=== SNIP ===
/Data/virtualization/KVMShare *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check) /Data/share2 *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check,insecure)
Both exportfs and showmount show ...
we have Kafka cluster with RHEL 7.6 , all Kafka are VM machines
on one of the Kafka machines , we noticed that sdb disk became read only ( when sda is the OS disk )
mount | grep sdb /dev/sdb on /var/data/kafka_DB type ext4 (ro,noatime,data=ordered)
from my point of view its little strange that DISK VMDK became read only ( because its not mechanic disk )
from red-hat I find the following
Invoking the following crashes immediately with
mount claiming its unable to allocate memory:
sudo mount -t overlay overlay -o lowerdir=/home/foo,upperdir=/mnt/home /home/foo
/dev/sda3, the 3rd partition of a flash drive formatted in ext4,
/dev/sda1, the 1st partition of the same flash drive but mounted in read-only mode because it's a live OS (booting from th ...
I'm using virtual machine with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11. After one of the critical shutdowns of the server, the disk id have changed. I have changed and replaced the values with new ones in the following files:
/etc/fstab /dev/sda* was specified, so there was no need to change it. But there was an error during boot:
mount: special device /dev/u01/u ...