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MapR Fuse Client (Basic) Not Respecting env.sh

Question asked by mandoskippy on Jul 27, 2016
Latest reply on Aug 12, 2016 by mufeed


I installed the mapr client and then the fuse client (basic) prior to running configure, I edited the env.sh located in /opt/mapr/conf.  I added some MAPR_SUBNETS (I only want it to connect on a couple of subnets).

 

However, when the fuse client registers with MapR and I see nodes under /nfsserver  These nodes have the proper hostname, but list all the IP addresses.  My Fileserver nodes, where I set env.sh, only show the IPs that exist in my MAPR_SUBNETS env variable.   Thus it appears that the either the mapr-client or the fuse client isn't respecting the MAPR_SUBNETS in the env.sh.  Am I seeing this correctly? How can I determine if it's the mapr-client or the fuse portion not working correctly? Is there a work around?

 

 

 

Thanks

 

John

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