I have mounted nfs volume in my
nfshost.com:/path/dir /mount/point nfs rw,sync,hard,intr 0 0
I'd like to mount another nfs volume
nfshost.com:/completely/different/path /mount/point/subdirectory nfs rw,sync,hard,intr 0 0
However, it doesn't seem to work, I get the error message
mount.nfs: mount point /mount/point/subdirectory does not exist
I also can't mount it manually with
sudo mount nfshost.com:/completely/different/path /mount/point/subdirectory. Mounting it anywhere else, e.g.
sudo mount nfshost.com:/completely/different/path /tmp/test works.
I suspect that the problems are that I neither have write access to the originally mounted
/path/dir, nor does it have the subdirectory to which I'd mount the other volume. Creating the directory structure
/mount/point/subdirectory locally, mounting first into
subdirectory then into
mount/point works, but then
mount/point contains the mounted volume and I can't access
ls /mount/point/subdirectory ls: cannot access '/mount/point/subdirectory': No such file or directory
Is there a way to mount these volumes to achieve this directory structure?