VMS NFS Client to Windows Services for Unix - NFS

This is a discussion on VMS NFS Client to Windows Services for Unix - NFS ; Has anyone gotten the VMS 7.3 NFS client to mount shares on a Windows Server running "Services for Unix 3.5"? I am using the PCNFS server option. The VMS Command Line and response are below: SYSTEM>TCPIP MOUNT DNFS0 /HOST="10.96.253.255"/PATH="/LOGS"/NOADF/STRUCTURE=5/UID=101/GID=100 %TCPIP$DNFSMOUNT-E-MOUNTFAIL, ...

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  1. VMS NFS Client to Windows Services for Unix

    Has anyone gotten the VMS 7.3 NFS client to mount shares on a Windows Server
    running "Services for Unix 3.5"? I am using the PCNFS server option.

    The VMS Command Line and response are below:

    SYSTEM>TCPIP MOUNT DNFS0
    /HOST="10.96.253.255"/PATH="/LOGS"/NOADF/STRUCTURE=5/UID=101/GID=100
    %TCPIP$DNFSMOUNT-E-MOUNTFAIL, error mounting
    _DNFS300:[SYS0.][000000]DNFS0.;1
    -TCPIP-E-NOTAFILE, /LOGS is not a file

    I have verified that the UID/GID pair are correct on the Windows Server and
    also in the TCPIP PROXY database.


    Thanks,
    Mike Ober.



  2. Re: VMS NFS Client to Windows Services for Unix

    Check your syntax...

    The DNFS0 must end with a colon. i.e. try the following:

    TCPIP MOUNT DNFS0: etc etc

    Matt.


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    "Michael D. Ober" wrote in message
    news:YPQkd.31$g1.3649@news.uswest.net...
    > Has anyone gotten the VMS 7.3 NFS client to mount shares on a Windows
    > Server
    > running "Services for Unix 3.5"? I am using the PCNFS server option.
    >
    > The VMS Command Line and response are below:
    >
    > SYSTEM>TCPIP MOUNT DNFS0
    > /HOST="10.96.253.255"/PATH="/LOGS"/NOADF/STRUCTURE=5/UID=101/GID=100
    > %TCPIP$DNFSMOUNT-E-MOUNTFAIL, error mounting
    > _DNFS300:[SYS0.][000000]DNFS0.;1
    > -TCPIP-E-NOTAFILE, /LOGS is not a file
    >
    > I have verified that the UID/GID pair are correct on the Windows Server
    > and
    > also in the TCPIP PROXY database.
    >
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Mike Ober.
    >
    >




  3. Re: VMS NFS Client to Windows Services for Unix

    Matt,

    That was it. Thanks. Now on to the Windows SFU NGs to figure out why I
    can't install NIS Server (I don't want to have to keep a seperate set of
    /etc/passwd and /etc/group files on each of my Windows servers.

    Mike.

    "Matt Muggeridge" wrote in message
    news:wvTkd.32922$K7.28169@news-server.bigpond.net.au...
    > Check your syntax...
    >
    > The DNFS0 must end with a colon. i.e. try the following:
    >
    > TCPIP MOUNT DNFS0: etc etc
    >
    > Matt.
    >
    >
    > --
    > -------------------------------------------------------------
    > OpenVMS TCP/IP Engineering
    > Enterprise Computing Group
    > Hewlett-Packard Company
    > Gold Coast, AUSTRALIA
    > -------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    > "Michael D. Ober" wrote in message
    > news:YPQkd.31$g1.3649@news.uswest.net...
    > > Has anyone gotten the VMS 7.3 NFS client to mount shares on a Windows
    > > Server
    > > running "Services for Unix 3.5"? I am using the PCNFS server option.
    > >
    > > The VMS Command Line and response are below:
    > >
    > > SYSTEM>TCPIP MOUNT DNFS0
    > > /HOST="10.96.253.255"/PATH="/LOGS"/NOADF/STRUCTURE=5/UID=101/GID=100
    > > %TCPIP$DNFSMOUNT-E-MOUNTFAIL, error mounting
    > > _DNFS300:[SYS0.][000000]DNFS0.;1
    > > -TCPIP-E-NOTAFILE, /LOGS is not a file
    > >
    > > I have verified that the UID/GID pair are correct on the Windows Server
    > > and
    > > also in the TCPIP PROXY database.
    > >
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > > Mike Ober.
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
    >




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