Can’t two droplets mount each others filesystems ? it should be Straight forward
I have two ubuntu droplets “number 1” and “number 2” number 1 has a volume attached and mounted in the /mnt/volume_ams3_01/ directory both have private networking enabled and can ping each other.
I created a directory /mnt/volume_ams3_01/data I create a symlink to the directory in /mnt ln -s /mnt/volume_ams3_01/data /mnt/dd
What I want is to make a samba share of /mnt/dd and then mount it on number 2 via cifs
[sambashare] comment = Samba on Ubuntu path = /mnt/dd read only = no browsable = yes
on “number 2”
mkdir -p /mnt/data mount -t cifs //<private ip of number 1>/dd /mnt/data -o username=root, password =password Retrying with upper case share name mount error(6): No such device or address Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
What is wrong ???
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