Subject: Re: uVAX II / DEQNA / DHCP (was: I think my DEQNA works)
To: Arno Griffioen <email@example.com>
From: Greg Ingram <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/22/1999 10:31:03
On Tue, 22 Jun 1999, Arno Griffioen wrote:
> > But the uVAX II reports:
> > nfs_boot: mountd ':/export/vax/root', error=13
> > no file system for qe0
> > cannot mount root, error = 79
> > Am I missing an option in dhcpd.conf? Any suggestions?
> You may need to look at your NFS server setup..
> According to sys/errno.h is error 13:
> #define EACCES 13 /* Permission denied */
> and in nfs/nfsproto.h:
> #define NFSERR_ACCES 13
> So it seems to be some access problem..
> Bye Arno.
Okay, I'll double check things. What really confuses me is:
nfs_boot: mountd ':/export/vax/root', error=13
It looks like it needs a host name. Can DHCP tell a client to get its
root filesystem from another host? I'd much rather the NetBSD/x86 system
serve up the filesystems.