Chuck, I have turned on auditing and didn't get any results. Also, I've
tried "localhost", "LOCALHOST", "127.0.0.1", and "192.168.xx.xx" (where xx
is the local IP).
Here's what I did...
CHGSECAUD QAUDCTL(*ALL) QAUDLVL(*AUTFAIL)
... ran MOUNT command ...
DSPAUDJRNE ENTTYP(AF) JRNRCV(*CURRENT)
QUERY NAME . . . . . QSECAF
LIBRARY NAME . . . . QSYS
FILE LIBRARY MEMBER FORMAT
QASYAFJ4 QTEMP QASYAFJ4 QASYAFJ4
DATE . . . . . . . . 09/16/15
TIME . . . . . . . . 17:32:05
Violation User Object Library Object Office DLO
type profile name name type user name
No records in query report.
* * * E N D O F R E P O R T * * *
See also the EXPORTFS command.
Rob, could you verify I am doing this correctly?
QSH CMD('mkdir /dir1')
EXPORTFS OPTIONS('-I -O') DIR('/dir1') <--- after I run this command I see
no new entries in /etc/EXPORTS http://bit.ly/1LydTKs
Was it supposed to
add entries or are those to be entered manually and EXPORTFS is used to
STRNFSSVR SERVER(*ALL) <--- Note: I did ENDNFSSVR *ALL before starting.
QSH CMD('mkdir /dir2')
MOUNT TYPE(*NFS) MFS('localhost:/dir1') MNTOVRDIR('/dir2')
Still getting the "Not authorized..." error.
Not clear why you want to do this? Why not just use a symlink?
Scott, because symlinks can't span the boundaries of chroot (according to
what I've found with Linux).
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