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RE: Problems with NFS server
- From: "Nicolas Boudin" <N dot Boudin at neopost dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Cc: "Sam Robb" <sam dot robb at timesys dot com>
- Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 12:21:58 +0200
- Subject: RE: Problems with NFS server
> Could you please try adding a map_static directive to your exports?
> It should then look something like this:
> If you ran the nfs-server-config script to set up the
> nfs-server, then
> you should already have an /etc/nfs/server.map file that was
> created for
> you by the setup script. If not, you can create it, with the
> following contents:
> ----- CUT -----
> # Sample server map for nfsd
> # This file maps 500/500 on an NFS client to the uid/gid of the
> # user who ran nfs-server-config, and maps 0/0 on an NFS client
> # the uid/gid of the Administrator account.
> # Note that a server map is host-specific (which makes sense,
> # if you think about it...) So you can only use a plain IP
> # address or DNS name to specify a client that uses a static_map.
> # Examples of valid /etc/exports lines using map_static:
> # /gaunt 192.168.1.42(map_static=/etc/nfs/server.map)
> # /chaney twilley(map_static=/etc/nfs/server.map)
> uid 500 xxxxx # user id - replace 'xxxxx'
> gid 500 yyyyy # group id - replace 'yyyyy'
> uid 0 500 # user id for Administrator
> gid 0 513 # group id for Administrator
> ----- CUT -----
This file was properly created with correct xxxxx and yyyyy. For Administrator I had only:
but the map_static directive don't seem to have any influence on my error.
I have seen that I can transfer files through NFS from the u-boot bootloader on the same board. It looks like it takes more time, there is a latency of about 5 seconds before the beginning of the transfer and at the end, so I tried to play with the timeo option in the kernel arguments, without any effect.
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