After creating an NCP volume, you must mount it to make it accessible to users via the Client for Open Enterprise Server. Any NCP volume that has been dismounted must also be mounted before it can be accessed.
If you create an NCP volume with OES Remote Manager, the volume is automatically mounted when it is created.
To mount an NCP volume:
In OES Remote Manager, click, then click the button next to the NCP volume you want to mount.
Open a terminal console on the Linux server that you want to manage, then log in as the root user.
Use one of the following methods to mount an NCP volume:
At the terminal console prompt, enter ncpcon to open the NCPCON utility, then enter
At the terminal console prompt, enter
ncpcon mount ncp_volume_name
For example, if volume sys is dismounted, mount it by entering
ncpcon mount sys
Replace ncp_volume_name with the name of the NCP volume you want to mount. Volume names are not case sensitive. You can also replace ncp_volume_name with all to mount all NCP volumes on the server.