2017-08-29 05:00 PM
Hi all, I'm running some NFS mount tests this morning and getting some weird results
Disclaimer - newbie to linux and netapp - any help is greatly apprecaited!
CentOS will mount
Ubuntu will not
Same commands are issued
mount –t nfs 10.250.1.5:/Vol003 /mnt/db
here are the details on the Volume
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2017-08-29 07:39 PM
Looking at the IPs for the NFS share and for the hosts in the export policy, I see they are on different subnets.
This means that if you have multiple NICs in your CentOS and ubuntu systems, it will use whichever NIC holds the default route to mount the storage, this might be a different one to the one you plan. Can you confirm if there are multiple NICs in these VMs and if so, what the IPs are?
2017-08-29 08:01 PM - edited 2017-08-29 08:02 PM
Both VMs have a single NIC, as follows
The Filer is in a different location (layer3) and both can ping the 10.250.1.5 address ok
2017-08-29 08:16 PM
It looks like this is a test scenario? Can you make the Ubuntu system take on the CentOS system IP and see if it works then?
A good resource to work through is our NFS troubleshooting guide for Clustered ONTAP - let me know how it goes!