I need a second pair of eyes here, please. I have a CentOS 6.6 server
(let’s call it ‘S1″) that has a Samba share on it that is currently working. We can mount that drive on our Windows work stations and transfer/delete from it just fine. It’s setup as a “guest” config so no user specific passwords or any other restrictions like that.
I’m trying to setup another server (“S2”), also CentOS 6.6 with autofs to mount that same share when it needs to. For some reason I can’t seem to get it to work. I get no error message anywhere, no indication of a failure, nothing.
So on S2 I have:
$ cat /etc/auto.master
$ cat /etc/auto.trex trex -fstype=cifs,rw,noperm,credentials=/etc/cifs-credentials-trex
The file /etc/cifs-credentials-trex is present with the correct credentials, and the server also has in its /etc/hosts file an entry that tells it what IP that ‘bigrip’ machine is.
Having done all of that and restarting the service (or even the whole machine) does not auto mount that share and I can’t figure out why. I’ve completely disabled iptables on both machines, no luck. When I issue an smbclient command, I get this:
$ smbclient -L bigrip -Uguest Domain=[WORKGROUP] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.6.23-14.el6_6]
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