I am trying to map HDFS to a Windows drive, just like I used to do: net use \\192.168.0.2\share z:
I installed NFS Gateway in Cloudera Manager, and started it right. I can mount hdfs onto a local folder,
mount -t nfs -o vers=3,proto=tcp,nolock,noacl 172.16.19.142:/ /mnt/nfs
and it works.
I just cannot make it work on Windows. I even added Network File System service on Windows 7.
The result is 172.16.19.142\(\) (G:), when I click it, it says "Cannot find network path...".
Also, the strange thing to me is, from several places, they say, You should see output similar to the following:
$ showmount -e <nfs_server_ip_address>
Exports list on <nfs_server_ip_address>:
but mine is:
$ showmount -e 172.16.19.142
Exports list on 172.16.19.142: