|Nov 28, 2012, 07:17 PM||#1|
Hidden Network Share
Hello all, first time posting.
I'm having an odd issue with my server. I have a Mac with OSX 10.8.2 Server installed, that shares a RAID drive via AFP to a couple other macs. It's worked flawlessly for the last few months, until a couple days ago. I rebooted the server, and the shared drive was no longer on the desktop or in the finder sidebar! I immediately freaked out, and went to the disk utility. Sure enough, it was there and mounted. I checked the server's finder preferences, and nothing changed there either. I looked in the /Volumes folder, and no drive.
But, here comes the interesting part. If I specifically go to /Volumes/MyDrive using 'Go to Folder', it shows up! But it is grayed out, like a hidden file (like the home library folder is).
What's more, the same thing happens when you mount the drive from another computer, it shows up as hidden. Which means no icon on the desktop or in the sidebar for the networked computers either.
Any thoughts on what I might have done to create this problem? I'm at a loss.
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