I am trying to mount a NFS share to my OpenSUSE 13.1 Server on startup using /etc/fstab file with the following entry:
l00nim10:/export/werk/ /home/smbshares/nimshare_03/ nfs vers=3 0 0
Unfortunately, this does not work! Using the command mount -a I keep on getting the error message
mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting l00nim10:/export/werk/
I already tried adjusting the option attributes in fstab with a bunch of combinations such as rw, defaults, guest, vers=2, etc... All in general leading to the presented error or to an "I/O error mounting". The strange thing about this is, that using the su command
mount -t nfs l00nim10:/export/werk /home/smbshares/nimshare_03 -o vers=3
works fine without any trouble. The thing is that I need to restore the mounts at startup in case the server goes down. Appreciate any help!!