If you are performing remote administration,
the remote system may be unreachable or
there may be a configuration problem (including the
lack of user equivalence):
localhostfailed to connect to remote host... Error with server process: Permission denied.
These messages (and suggested solutions) are displayed when an
Open Host operation fails. Check to make certain you
have user equivalency on the remote host. See
``Adding user equivalence'' in the Networking Guide
for more information.
mount:host:/filesystemserver not responding: RPC: Program not registered
The filesystem could not be mounted. Check to see
if NFS is running on the remote host.
mount: access denied forhost:/filesystem
The host is not available or the filesystem has not been exported.
mount:hostnot in hosts database
The remote host is not listed in /etc/hosts or is no
longer recognized by the nameserver. Check that the nameserver is
umount: /filesystemnot mounted: Invalid argument
The filesystem is not currently mounted and the manager is attempting to
mount it. Cancel the action and try again.
Error while [un]mountingfilesystem
The remote filesystem is no longer available. Check the remote host
and see if the network is up and running and that the filesystem is