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NFS does not mount  a subdir that containes many files..

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Hi,

I am usinf exportfs  on my server

Here is the entry:

data/b2b               10.28.*.*(rw,sync,no_root_squash)

On my client i have this in fstab:
serverIP :/data/b2b /data/b2b nfs defaults      0 0



I see all folders mounted except one thats under /data/b2b/

Anyone ever encountered this issue?  

No error message is displayed on the client. Everything mounts, except this particular folder.   ALso this folder contains like 300k files,
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Question by:icongo
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wyliecoyoteuk earned 250 total points
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There may be a hard limit of 100K files, IIRC.
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Do you see the data/b2b in the output of showmount from the client side?

showmount -e ServerIP
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by:icongo
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Its fixed. it was a path problem
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