I have an NFS share on a server that was working fine up until a few days ago. Me and my co-worker connect to the server with our machines, and share the data we are working on. All are running Ubuntu 12.04.
I can connect fine still, but he cannot mount the shared space:
mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting server:/shared/space
So I double checked to make sure his machine is in the server's /etc/exports file, and I also ran
$ exportfs -a
from the server, but I still get the same error when mounting.
Is there any way to compare information from his machine to information contained on the server to see why he is being denied access?
He can still SSH into the server, but he is not accustomed to using the command line, and it would be great for our whole team if he could access the server from his desktop again.
Any ideas are greatly appreciated.
coworker@degas:~$ showmount -e bic Export list for bic: /nfs/home degas.tmh.tmhs,picasso,nic.smab.tmh /data degas.tmh.tmhs,picasso,nic.smab.tmh
Server is bic, my machine (which connects fine) is picasso, my co-worker's machine is degas.