I tried the shadow filesystem migration for the first time on the 7110 this morning (create share, specify which NFS mount to migrate it from during share setup) and it fails with an error of: "Data migration source: Failed to mount filesystem"
The NFS mountpoint is available read-only (as per the migration doc) and mounts fine on another system. It's on an OpenFiler 2.3 box at servername:/mnt/folder1/folder2/folder3 and my mount line in the BUI is servername:/mnt/folder1/folder2/folder3
I've tried swapping hostname for IP without any success. There aren't any restrictions on the openfiler box that would prevent the 7110 mounting the share (bunch of .isos and random junk used to test how quickly migration works). Looking in the logs on the Openfiler, the 7110 attempts to do a lookup and never attempts to mount the share:
Attempted mount from 7110
Compare this with a successful mount from a linux server
Oct 9 09:33:31 openFiler nmbd: [2009/10/09 09:33:31, 0] nmbd/nmbd_namequery.c:query_name_response(108)
Oct 9 09:33:31 openfiler nmbd: query_name_response: Multiple (2) responses received for a query on subnet OpenfilerServerIP for name DOMAINNAME<1d>.
Oct 9 09:33:31 openfiler nmbd: This response was from IP 7110-IP, reporting an IP address of DOMAINCONTROLLERIP.
What am I missing here? Given the Openfiler box, linux server and 7110 pull dns from the same server I'm slightly baffled as to why it can't mount the share. I haven't tried the CLI yet.
Oct 9 09:06:57 openfiler mountd: authenticated mount request from linuxserverIP for /mnt/folder1/folder2/folder3 (/mnt/folder1/folder2/folder3)
Ok, CLI gives me:
Using the syntax example show in TFM.
littlerascal:shares XenStorage/openfiler-test (uncommitted)> commit
error: invalid property value
"nfs://servername/mnt/folder1/folder2/folder3" for "shadow":
Failed to mount filesystem
error: failed to commit changes
And I'm on the latest firmware, which fixes the .zfs wierdness.