When trying to "Mount Object" in WebAdmin from "File System Access", it reports "Cannot create FUSE mount point".
To mount the Axigen storage in a virtual file system, you need to have the Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE) installed and configured to work with Axigen, and the directory where the Axigen filesystem will be mounted prepared.
- Ensure you have Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE) installed
- For RPM based distros:
yum install fuse
- For DEB based distros:
apt-get install fuse
- Test the installed package with the following commands:
The output should be similar to:
fusermount version: 2.9.2 Note: If you receive any error when executing this command, you should consider re-installing the fuse package.
and the command:
modprobe fuse Note: You shouldn't get any output if module is successfully loaded.
- Configure FUSE to let non-privileged users create their own file system.
Your /etc/fuse.conf should be similar to: # Set the maximum number of FUSE mounts allowed to non-root users.
# The default is 1000.
# mount_max = 1000
# Allow non-root users to specify the 'allow_other' or 'allow_root'
# mount options.
Note: if this file doesn't exist, please create it.
Important! After 'user_allow_other' you *must* have an empty line
- Check and fix possible misconfigured permissions issue using the following commands in terminal (as root): chmod 744 /etc/fuse.conf
chmod 1666 /dev/fuse
chmod o+x /bin/fusermount
chmod o+x /opt/axigen/lib/libfuse.so
- Prepare the directory where the Axigen filesystem will be mounted (for example /mnt/axigen): mkdir -p /mnt/axigen
chmod -R 770 /mnt/axigen/
chown axigen:axigen /mnt/axigen
To mount the Axigen storage in a virtual file system on a Linux platform, follow the steps described in the knowledge base article available here: https://www.axigen.com/kb/show/309