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From José Egas López <josee...@farmaenlace.com>
Subject Re: Using Management Server as the NFS Server
Date Tue, 11 Jun 2013 12:10:15 GMT
Thanks Kirk, so, you didn't use any commands on vSphere for mounting the 
shares?
In the example commands it says to mkdir /primarymount and 
/secondarymount as necessary, it has to be done on the management 
server, true?

*Greetings,
Jóse
*

El 10/06/2013 17:58, Kirk Kosinski escribió:
> Hi, the section you mentioned is kind of confusing.  First, the part
> about checking "NFS and rpcbind" should be done on the management server
> (thus the wording in the next section, "Log back in to the hypervisor").
>   Second, the example commands to mount the NFS share on the hypervisor
> do not apply to vSphere.  Instead, you should use vSphere Client to
> mount the share.
>
> Best regards,
> Kirk
>
>
> On 06/10/2013 02:57 PM, José Egas López wrote:
>> Hi!
>> This question is for those who have already installed CS and are using
>> vSphere 5.1 as the hypervisor, or for those who want give me a hand!
>> How do I perform part 9 from step 4.5.5.2 Using Management Server as the
>> NFS Server from de CS 4.0.0 Install Guide.
>> Part 9 says loggin in to the hypervisor host and to do the following:
>>
>> a. Be sure NFS and rpcbind are running. The commands might be different
>> depending on your
>> OS. For example:
>> # service rpcbind start
>> # service nfs start
>> # chkconfig nfs on
>> # chkconfig rpcbind on
>> # reboot
>>
>> b. Log back in to the hypervisor host and try to mount the /export
>> directories. For example
>> (substitute your own management server name):
>> # mkdir /primarymount
>> # mount -t nfs <management-server-name>:/export/primary /primarymount
>> # umount /primarymount
>> # mkdir /secondarymount
>> # mount -t nfs <management-server-name>:/export/secondary /secondarymount
>> # umount /secondarymount
>>
>> Does anybody know how to run this commands on vSphere? I understand I
>> have to do it with esxcli commands via shell, but I've searched and I
>> found nothing about it. I've logged in to the vSphere Host (ESXi
>> Hypervisor) via shell but obviously those commands don't work.
>> Sorry for the inconvenience, I don't have much experience on Linux OS or
>> those based on it.
>> Thanks for the help.
>>
>
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