I have created the Unix volume and exported to all unix client which are in the 72 subnet.
I have created the LIF on the Vserver and Ip assigned to LIF Is 192.168.72.XXX
From the Clinet(Linux Sever) which are exist in the same subnet,I m trying to mount the share which is exported from the Vserver.But i m getting below error.If any one knows about this issue.Plz help me..
[root@stglinux02 ~]# mount 192.168.72.117:/nfs /mnt
mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.72.117:/nfs
/nfs is the Junction-path.
Rules in the export policy is:
Clu1::> vserver export-policy rule show -vserver DataServe02 -policyname NfsPolicy
3) I don't think volume permissions have anything to do with this. The error is at mount, which means it's checking export policy rules for access to mount. If the error was access denied after mounting, then it might be vol permissions. However, it *could* possibly be an export policy rule problem at the parent volume. Check the vsroot export policy and ensure rules exist there.
4) I also don't think LS mirrors are the issue. If the issue was with a volume not showing up in the namespace, the error would be "file not found" or something similar.
Permission errors on mount are almost always export policy rule issues.