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#783 Can't setup several NFS shares to the same subnet

v0.7.1
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nobody
5
2012-10-28
2010-06-22
topi
No

When configuring NFS shares, only the first share in a given subnet gets exported

Shares are included in config.xml and /etc/exports but "showmount -e" doesn0t show them as exported

It seems a nfsd issue?

Discussion

  • zoon01
    zoon01
    2010-06-23

    Hi thanks,

    Can we have your freenas build number and i386/amd64 info please.

    Regards,
    Michael Zoon

     
  • Bob
    Bob
    2010-06-28

    Michael,

    I believe topi is talking about how NFS allows a subnet/host to be listed only once. See forum post here: http://bit.ly/curCt1

     
  • topi
    topi
    2010-06-28

    Version: 0.7.1 Shere (revision 5127)
    OS Version: FreeBSD 7.2-RELEASE-p7 (revision 199506)
    Platform: i386-embedded on Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.06GHz

     
  • topi
    topi
    2010-06-28

    bumblebtuna2k1: this post explain the same problem i'm observing, it's not a bug?

     
  • Bob
    Bob
    2010-06-28

    topinux, i would say FreeNAS's web interface is misleading/not catching the export error gracefully. according to the FreeBSD handbook, NFS is not at fault; the "bug" is expected behavior and thus is not a bug.

     
  • topi
    topi
    2010-07-20

    bumblebtuna2k1: if this is a expected behavior of NFS, how can i export 2 different shares to the same subnet?

     
  • Bob
    Bob
    2010-07-21

    topinux: have you tried setting one share with multiple paths, separated by spaces, and exported to the one subnet/client?

    For example, one of my shares has the path set to:
    /mnt/junk /mnt/videos /mnt/home

    and the subnet is:
    192.168.2.0/24

    I tried to explain the situation and workaround here: http://bit.ly/curCt1