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Bob Zelin
@John Heagy
on Oct 24, 2013 at 9:54:00 pm

Hi John -
sorry for repeating this, but I wanted to make sure that you saw this post. Would you be so kind as to tell us EXACTLY WHAT TERMINAL COMMANDS you typed into OS X 10.9 to enable NFS ?

Thank you very much -
Bob Zelin

Bob Zelin
Rescue 1, Inc.
maxavid@cfl.rr.com


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John Heagy
Re: @John Heagy
on Oct 24, 2013 at 10:12:30 pm

I not using a Mac to export NFS... below is how I am mounting NFS in 10.9. This is not a persistent mount.

mkdir /Volumes/ingest
mount -o resvport,nolocks,locallocks,intr,soft,proto=tcp -t nfs 10.xxx.xx.xxx:/zpool01/ingest /Volumes/ingest


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Bob Zelin
Re: @John Heagy
on Oct 25, 2013 at 12:12:45 pm

thank you John, will try this soon, and report back.

Bob Zelin

Bob Zelin
Rescue 1, Inc.
maxavid@cfl.rr.com


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Steve Modica
Re: @John Heagy
on Dec 19, 2013 at 10:08:25 pm

Bob, for persistent Mac NFS mounts, edit /etc/nfs.conf. You can put in nfs options there (like locallocks)
The example mount command above has both "nolocks" and "locallocks" which I think are mutually exclusive.

Steve Modica
CTO, Small Tree Communications


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Steve Modica
Re: @John Heagy
on Dec 19, 2013 at 10:11:24 pm

Hi Bob
You want to put this into your /etc/nfs.conf file:

spongebob:~ modica$ cat /etc/nfs.conf
#
# nfs.conf: the NFS configuration file
#
nfs.client.mount.options = locallocks

This will automatically put in the NFS options you want on the client.
If you use local locks, the server doesn't need to be running lockd.
Steve

Steve Modica
CTO, Small Tree Communications


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