Nfs Error Unable To Mount File System Vmware
share|improve this answer answered Jan 29 '14 at 6:59 Gerald 24116 add a comment| up vote -1 down vote I guess this has to do with NFS4. Forum rules 1) This is a user forum for Synology users to share experience/help out each other: if you need direct assistance from the Synology technical support team, please use the Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Moved QNAP onto VLAN 11 (VM Management, vmk0) and gave it an appropriate address, still had same issue. his comment is here
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Nfs Mount Failed: Unable To Connect To Nfs Server.
On the ‘vPower NFS’ tab there is a dropdown box designating which server is being used. Jobs a good un ! Set Share Access Control Mode to Public guest access. 7. Other addresses 10.1.2.100 QNAP TS-669 (NFS Server) 10.2.0.1 Domain Controller (VM on node1) 10.2.0.2 vCenter (VM on node1) I'm using a Cisco SRW2024P Layer-2 switch (Jumboframes enabled) with the following setup:
- Unmount each of these and try the restore or mount procedure again. Test adding the NFS Datastore manually (http://www.veeam.com/kb1284):1. Within a vSphere Client select the ESX(i) host that the NFS Datastore is
- Are you set up with R/W privledges or Read Only the way you have it set up.
- Check that the export exists and that the client is permitted to mount it Top congo Sharp Posts: 173 Joined: Wed Aug 15, 2007 4:22 pm Location: Copenhagen, Denmark Re: NFS
- Tried a path name of "VM", "/VM" and "/share/VM" despite not even having a connection to server.
- Network Setup: Here is my distributed switch setup (JPG).
- Your mount path name should probably be ip.address:/share/VM/ Try to mount again, but pay attention to the messages in /var/log/vobd.log on the ESXi host.
- I would disable the QNAP ACLs entirely for the moment.
- Otherwise, dropping back to a single link and monitoring the traffic may be your only recourse. (does that switch do port mirroring?) share|improve this answer answered Jan 27 '14 at 7:45
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You still did not specify the type of switch in use and its config. –ewwhite Jan 25 '14 at 16:02 Sorry, was just checking load balancing changed it to Setup a Volume Group and a Volume (the easy part). 2. Re: NFS error, unable to mount file system. Sysinfo Set Operation Vsi_module_node_mount Failed With Error Status Unable To Connect To Nfs Server NETGEAR offers a variety of ProSUPPORT services that allow you to access NETGEAR's expertise in a way that best meets your needs: Product Installation Professional Wireless Site Survey Defective Drive Retention
Both hosts are in a vCenter datacenter and a cluster with HA and DRS currently disabled. Top vm.franklin Synology Inc Posts: 374 Joined: Mon Oct 05, 2009 8:18 pm Re: NFS Syntax for EXSi v4 Quote Postby vm.franklin » Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:25 am Greetings halastrionI Thanks!**Library ~ SynologyWiki ~ Synology FAQ ~ Compatibility ListsForum Links ~ Forum Policy ~ 3rd-party forums ~ Help us help you ~ Posting ImagesDemo Links ~ DSM GUI ~ Photo Station https://kb.vmware.com/kb/1007352 If it says something like "The mount request was denied by the NFS server.", the issue is the QNAP.
Check That The Export Exists And That The Client Is Permitted To Mount It.
You've verified connectivity with vmkping, but should probably try it with the jumbo MTU: vmkping -s 9000 10.1.2.100 (no need to specify interface). https://www.veeam.com/kb1055 The ACL on the NFS Server share is permissive and allows all subnet ranges full access to the share. Nfs Mount Failed: Unable To Connect To Nfs Server. ESX only seems to support NSF3, otherwise it won't work. Esxi Mount Nfs Command Line Jobs Go to Solution 8 Comments LVL 116 Overall: Level 116 VMware 109 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE)2012-01-15 have you tried ensuring that
All my networking is going through the distributed switch, ideally, I want to take advantage of DRS and the redundancy. this content Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Also, which firmware version on the DiskStation are you using. change the option to public and read/write for nfs, restart the service and rescan in ESX. Unable To Connect To Nfs Server Esxi Freenas
Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. Advanced remote support tools are used to fix issues on any of your devices. Thanks!**Library ~ SynologyWiki ~ Synology FAQ ~ Compatibility ListsForum Links ~ Forum Policy ~ 3rd-party forums ~ Help us help you ~ Posting ImagesDemo Links ~ DSM GUI ~ Photo Station weblink I think when I successfully accessed NFS using a linux system attached to the same VLAN that was an indication that the NFS service on the QNAP was functioning correctly.
When I go to EXSi and try to map the drive, I put in the IP address 10.0.0.251, then type in the Folder as "VMShare01" and the Datastore Name as "Archive_NFS_Share".
Connect with top rated Experts 10 Experts available now in Live! QNAP NFS share ACL has been set to the most permissive, any address, no limits. –Gerald Jan 25 '14 at 15:52 @Gerald Jumbo frames aren't exclusive to one switch Now I just have to find out, why the ESXi hosts can't connect with ACL set to the subnet... Unable To Connect To Nfs Server Esxi 6 Hope this helps.
Under Host access configuration, give NFS access to the NAC you defined earlier. The mount request was denied by NFS server." Solutions Ensure that the NFS share is read/write enabled. Go to the Shares tab and create a new share. 5. http://windowsazure4j.org/unable-to/nfs-failed-rpc-error-unable-to-receive.html Share This Page Legend Correct Answers - 10 points English Localized Websites English Deutsch Français Русский Italiano Español Nederlands 中文(简体) 日本語 Česky Polski Türkçe Português(BR) Español(LA) Resource Pages Svenska עברית Sign
Was Roosevelt the "biggest slave trader in recorded history"? on the CS407.How do I add the screen shots, I took them and saved them as JPEG's. I have a domain controller VM ("Central") and vCenter VM ("vCenter") running on node1 (using node1's local datastore) with both hosts attached to the vCenter instance. You should have trunked VLANs+LACP configs on the relevant ports.