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You can try to mount the FAT32 file system as below:
mkdir -p /mnt/Windows
mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c0d0p0 /mnt/Windows
Sorry, doesnt work.
I am looking for specific information as to whether FAT/FAT32 is supported over an iSCSI transport on Solaris 10 SPARC. So far I am unable to create a FAT32 filesystem using iSCSI. I can only create UFS using newfs.
Can you create a FAT/FAT32 file system on a non-iSCSI device? Such as a local disk?
Offhand, it may not be possible to actually create such a filesystem with Solaris.
I dont need to create, I just need to mount an iSCSI LUN which was formatted by a Windows host as FAT32. For my understanding, it should be just like mounting a FAT32 USB Drive, but it doesnt seem to work. I get I/O error trying to mount.