[PVE-User] How to mount Ganesha-NFS via NFS-Plugin in Proxmox?

Naumann, Thomas thomas.naumann at ovgu.de
Mon Aug 27 12:30:24 CEST 2018


Hi,

for backup testing purposes we run a ceph-cluster with radosgw (S3) and
nfs-ganesha to export s3 via nfs. cluster is running on ubuntu 16.04.
package details:
nfs-ganesha                      2.6.2-0-gb9685b8-xenial              
nfs-ganesha-rgw:amd64            2.6.2-0-gb9685b8-1xenial
radosgw                          12.2.7-1xenial
ceph                             12.2.7-1xenial

detail of "ganesha.conf":
EXPORT
{
    Export_ID=100;
    Path = "/";
    Pseudo = /;
    Access_Type = RW;
    NFS_Protocols = 3,4;
    Transport_Protocols = UDP,TCP;
    Sectype = sys;
    Squash = No_Root_Squash;

    FSAL {
        Name = RGW;
        User_Id = "test";
        Access_Key_Id ="test";
        Secret_Access_Key = "test";
    }
}

RGW {
        ceph_conf = "/etc/ceph/ceph.conf";
        name = "client.rgw.blackhole-eh";
        cluster = "ceph";
}

LOG {
        Facility {
                name = FILE;
                destination = "/var/log/ganesha/ganesha.log";
                enable = active;
        }
}

mounts via cli (mount -t nfs -o nfsvers=4.1,noauto,soft,sync,proto=tcp
x.x.x.x:/ /mnt/ganesha/) are working without issues - thats fine.

but how to mount this nfs-ressource via proxmox-nfs-plugin?

"pvesm nfsscan x.x.x.x" ends without an result.


best regards
-- 
Thomas Naumann

Otto-von-Guericke Universit├Ąt Magdeburg
Universit├Ątsrechenzentrum
Universit├Ątsplatz 2
39106 Magdeburg

fon:   +49 391 67-58563
email: thomas.naumann at ovgu.de


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