We have a Netware 6.5 SAN (CC_SAN) with plenty of space. Our web servers
are Linux. We decided to use OES/SLES to run on our web servers and then
have all the personal web pages on a SAN volume (NSS-Netware), and have
the OES/SLES web server create a "Mount Point" to the NSS volume. This
way the users could access their personal web page directory via a Normal
Mapped drive via Netware. The OES/SLES server is in the tree with our
other servers - just a different context.

For some reason we cannot create the Mount Point. The following is the
Mount command we are using followed by the error we receive:

mount -t nssvol cc_san_webvol: /media/nss/webroot -o name=webroot,ns=long

*** the webroot directory was created in the /media/nss directory.

Error: "wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on cc_san_webvol or too
many mounted file systems"

I have scoured the suse & OES forums to no avail on this error so
any help in this area would be greatly appreciated.

Robert Rack
Network Applications & Services
Milwaukee School of Engineering