read novell TID10073589 and TID10069157 .


Sean Balas <SBalas@murad.com> wrote in message
news:HVTy9.8994$8H3.185951@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> I checked with Hp's ITRC and they say I can only (safely) mount the

NFS as
> root in HP.
>
> any other ideas?
>
> "Brad Doster" <bd@NSCSysOps.net> wrote in message
> news:VA.00001702.0a3fc3c2@nscsysops.net...
> > I can't duplicate the problem here, but I only have RedHat Linux

to
> > play with on the *x side. Here are the steps I am using to test,

using
> > regular user 'fred' -- while logged in as root...
> >
> > mount data1 -- this an exported volume on my NW server, mounting

to a
> > directory called 'data1' below my current directory
> > cd data1
> > md fred
> > chown fred fred
> > cd ..
> > umount data1
> > su fred
> > mount data1
> > cd data1/fred
> > cp /etc/hosts .
> > rm hosts
> > cp /mnt/rh72/etc/hosts . -- rh72 is another machine's mounted file


> > system
> > rm hosts
> > cd ../..
> > umount data1
> > <ctrl-d>
> >
> > I get no errors copying or removing the file. Maybe we're doing

things
> > differently somewhere along the way, or maybe it's OS related?
> >
> > bd
> > NSC Volunteer SysOp
> >
> >

>
>