I am trying to sort out autofs issues by manually mounting from an Odroid HC1 server running OpenMediaVault 5 to an Odroid XU4, both running Ubuntu.
When I do:
sudo mount -t nfs HC1:/export/work /nfs_mounts
df -h it shows:
HC1:/export/work 458G 73M 458G 1% /nfs_mounts
But when I try
cd /nfs_mounts/work (as a user that exists on both the XU4 and the HC1 or as root) it tells me that there is no such file or directory, and
ls shows that the directory is empty.
I have tried it with
-t nfs4 as well, and without any
-t option, but the result is the same.
The shared folder
/export/work shows up on the server with
I have searched and searched but I’m stumped.
Because the local
/nfs_mounts now equals to the remote
/export/work? Since you did
mount -t nfs HC1:/export/work /nfs_mounts instead of
mount -t nfs HC1:/export/work /nfs_mounts/work (with
mkdir /nfs_mounts/work done beforehand).