Oh, I can get it mounted. I'm just looking for settings for best
mount -t nfs -o
68,x=2,readahead=4 netapp-0000:/vol/vol0/animal /nas/netapp-0000-animal
Is what I'm currently using. NetApp has tuning papers for linux but
nothing for Mac OS X.
I'd like to benchmark my settings but bonnie++ from ports dies when
on the NFS mount but works on local disk. On linux, it works in both
On Jan 31, 2008, at 11:33 AM, Chris Waltham wrote:
On Jan 31, 2008, at 2:26 PM, Gregory Gerard wrote:
Does anyone have recommendations for the NFS options for mounting
What exactly are you having problems with? This should work: mount -
t nfs host.name.goes.here:/path/to/share /path/to/local/target. E.g.:
mount -t nfs netapp.bowdoin.edu:/vol/run/backups /mnt/
Also, with Linux, the mount command reports back all the options
used to mount a share. In 10.4 I get the barest amount of
information and certainly not enough to repeat the mount. What's
the appropriate way to get this info?
Finally, what's the recommended way to automount? And I don't
necessarily mean Apple recommended but rather works in many
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