How To Manually mount a Linux Server From Reload

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  • 14-May-2009
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Environment

Reload (all version)

Situation

I get errors when Reload tries to run a backup; Cannot establish connectivity.  How do I manually mount the GroupWise server?

Resolution

The default protocol for mounting a Linux server is NFS.  Go through the following steps to create a mount;

1) Create a temporary directory under the /mnt directory.  In this example we will use 'temp' (/mnt/temp).  This is where a mount will be created for the remote file system.  
- mkdir /mnt/temp

2) Create an NFS Server Export of the Post Office directory on the Groupwise Server

3) Create a mount to the remote file system.  This is done using the "mount" command.
- mount -t nfs <ip of remote server:exported path> /<path to local directory>
 example: mount -t nfs 10.1.11.2:/grpwise/po1 /mnt/temp

4) Change directory to the newly mounted directory, this should look like the root of the post office directory.
 example: cd /mnt/temp

Additional Information

This article was originally published in the GWAVA knowledgebase as article ID 1268.

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