If the NFS packages are already downloaded on the appliances manually, install the packages and mount RSA Analytics Warehouse. You need to have internet access to complete this task. If internet access is not available, you must download the RPM packages offline and copy them to this machine for installation.
Perform the following to install the Network File System (NFS) packages on the appliance where you have installed the Warehouse Connector service.
Note: Install the NFS packages only if the NFS packages are not displayed when you verify the status of NFS in the Warehouse Connector appliance or on the appliance where you have installed the Warehouse Connector service.
To install NFS packages:
- Log on to the Warehouse Connector appliance or on the appliance where you have installed the Warehouse Connector service.
- To verify the NFS status, enter the following command:
rpm –qa |grep nfs
The NFS package names appear in the output message. For example:
If the nfs-utils and nfs-utils-lib are properly identified, you can skip the remaining steps in this procedure.
- To search for NFS package, enter the following command:
yum search nfs-utils
The output ends with the following message:
“name and summary matches only, use “search all” for everything.”
Note: Contact RSA Customer Support if the output ends with the following message:
“no matches found”
- To install the NFS programs, enter the following command:
yum install nfs-utils nfs-utils-lib
The output prompts for y or n. Type y and press ENTER.
The NFS packages are successfully installed.