I recently installed NFS server v4 on my HP Linux server. However, I’m not able to mount it from Linux nfs4 client using the following command:
mount.nfs4 server2:/data /data
I’m getting the following error:
mount.nfs4: mounting server2:/data failed, reason given by server:
No such file or directory
How do I fix this problem?
First, make sure fsid is set to 0 on server2 using /etc/exports file:
Make sure you reload the NFSv4 server after making changes to the /etc/exports file.
NFSv4 Client Mount
The command syntax is as follows:
mount.nfs4 server2:/ /data
mount -t nfs4 server2:/ /data
Please do not specify the server path /data for NFSv4. You need to specify only / as fsid is set to 0.
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