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nfs mounting a local disk under solaris 10

Ok, I poked around a bit on one of the Solaris boxes at work: check
That should tell you that your nfsd logs are in /var/nfs/...

Good luck,

Stephen Adler wrote:
> I tried that but there is no /var/log/messages. There's a
> /var/log/syslog but that has nothing in it...
> Solaris is sooo frustrating!
> Matthew Gillen wrote:
>> Stephen Adler wrote:
>>> Guys,
>>> I'm trying to setup autofs on solaris 10 and I'm having trouble getting
>>> the /export/home
>>> directory properly mounted for the home directories. The way I usually
>>> test autofs is
>>> by checking to see if I can nfs mount /export/home even on the same
>>> system which
>>> serves /export/home. But on solaris I seem not to be able to do so. I
>>> get the following
>>> bash-3.00# mount solaris10:/export/home/root /testnfs
>>> nfs mount:  retrying:  /testnfs
>>> ^C
>>> bash-3.00# hostname
>>> solaris10
>>> bash-3.00# share
>>> -                           /export/home/root         rw,log=global  
>>> "home dirs"
>>> All advice is greatly appricated.
>> checking /var/log/messages is my best weapon for situations like this.  I
>> don't know if solaris would put NFS messages somewhere else, but it's
>> a good
>> place to start.
>> Matt

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