|Jun 20, 2007, 02:11 PM||#1|
NFS - operation not permitted
I tried to mount an NFS on to my Mac Tiger OS X (10.4.9) by using "sudo mount -t nfs /path_to_NFS ./directory_in_my_home" and the resultant terminal response is "mount_nfs: /Users/vishwa: Operation not permitted"
I have already tested this on a linux desktop and it works fine without any problems. Also tried changing target directories on my Mac, but ended up with the same result.
Any ideas on this?
|Jun 26, 2007, 01:12 AM||#2|
We must be insecure together!
So, I was having the same problem.
It turns out the the Darwin default is to assume the nfs'ing will take place on an "insecure" port, i.e. >1024.
The suggested solution is to add "insecure" to the export options.
For instance, I have
In the /etc/exports file.
|Oct 28, 2010, 02:57 PM||#4|
NFS - operation not permitted, another solution
This thread is quite old, but I recently experienced the same problem with OS X 10.4.11 while trying to mount a NFS share on my DNS-323.
My solution was to mount with "-P" to force the use of a reserved port number, as described in mount_nfs(8) page. The command was
$> sudo mount_nfs -P <host>:<remote shared dir> <local mount point>
This solution probably addresses the secure/insecure port issue mentioned by hacksawSA, but I don't know enough to confirm that. It's also slightly less intrusive in that you don't have to modify /etc/exports.
|Oct 28, 2010, 03:16 PM||#5|
This command is expected to be executed by the mount(8) command. Direct use of mount_nfs to mount NFS file systems is strongly discouraged because there is little practical benefit of using it
instead of mount(8).
|Nov 27, 2011, 11:13 PM||#6|
Since I need the -P switch, now what?
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