I have a questiong regarding NFS.
I'm exporting /opt/foo via NFS in /etc/exports:
/opt/foo is mounted on client.domain.com.
Now, since I'm running out of disk space I decided to mount a logical volume on /opt/foo/bar since "bar" is the directory where the application's data is stored.
mv bar bar.bak mkdir bar mount -t ext3 /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 /opt/foo/bar
Now it turns out that the client is accessing the folder "bar.bak". I tried to refresh the export table by excecuting either of the following:
exportfs -r /etc/init.d/nfsd restart
Is there any way I can get the client to access the new "/opt/foo/bar" without remounting? I don't have access to the client that mounts the NFS export.