[Novalug] Mounting an NFS share during the post-install phase of a Fedora 6 kickstart install
michael.madore at gmail.com
Thu Jul 10 10:08:54 EDT 2008
On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 10:59 PM, Mike Godwin <mggjunk at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Thanks for all the replies; it appears it was the absence of the nolock option that was killing it. That's kinda odd too, as I seem to remember making a mental note that the option was required, then (obviously) forgot about it.
> As far as the PXE that someone mentioned, I haven't gotten that far yet. My plan of attack was to first get the kickstart file working to install the OS (done), then work to get the post-install stuff working (now done), followed by the PXE stuff. I've absolutely no experience with PXE so I would imagine another question or two might be forthcoming as I google, tweak, and whatnot.
> One other interesting thing: seems that after I mount the NFS volume during the KS post-install, it doesn't seem I can write to it (say, to deposit a log on it or some such action). I coded no_root_squash in the exports file, as well as attempting to force read/write during the mount but no such luck. Would that be due to the lack of locking or other reason? It's not a big deal really if I can't write to it, it'd just be kind of a bonus.
What does your exports file look like?
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