If you've ever seen this, you've felt my pain:
# mount -vv -t nfs4 slap:/export/a/b/c /mnt mount: pinging: prog 100003 vers 4 prot tcp port 2049 mount.nfs4: slap:/export/a/b/c failed, reason given by server: No such file or directory
My original thought was that I had a mistake in how I was exporting the file system. Come to find out, the real problem was directory permissions somewhere along
/export/a/b/c. Once I at least made the directory executable, I was able to mount the filesystem without any hassle.