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2010 Apr 21
3
Help with NFSV4 server
Hi Everyone, I have been trying to setup an NFS v4 File Server but have come across an odd issue. Mounting the /nfs4exports/share appears to be successful and the information displayed about partition size and free space seem correct but if I try to do anything inside the mounted directory the client will just hang. Does anyone have any idea what I am missing?? I have try
2010 Oct 15
1
NFS4 + SELinux
All test machines are CentOS 5.5 (RHEL subscriptions purchased). We've had NFS3 storage working fine and decided to try NFS4. We can mount an NFS4 share on our KVM host, but the SELinux file context on the mountpoint directory is magically changed from virt_image_t to nfs_t. Restorecon refuses to change it back. Adding the mount option context=system_u:object_r:virt_image_t on either server
2012 Oct 03
0
CentOS 5.8, xen kernel, and nfs4
G'day, I have a workstation running CentOS 5.8 with kernel 2.6.18-308.el5. This workstation needs to mount a NFS4 directory on a server (mysvr in the example below). If the computer is running the XEN kernel (uname -a reports ...2.6.18-308.el5xen), my NFS4 share is mounted but "ls" reports an error. Xen kernel: uname -a ...2.6.18-308.el5xen mount | grep mysvr
2009 Mar 09
2
Nfs4 with kerberos freezing system
Hello, I have a CentOS 5.2 server that exports /home on the local network for 2 users by secure nfs4 with kerberos krb5p. The clients are a notebook and a desktop pc. The following error is always reproducible on all clients. If running the clients on high load, that means for example 5 firefox windows open and connected with www pages from the internet, installing the new qt development
2011 Nov 17
1
nfs4 problem in CENTOS6
Hi, This is slightly offtopic, but I have been trying to resolve that problem for two days now without much success. It looks like this may be something that works with CENTOS5, but not with CENTOS6! I have two machines, fileserver1 and server5. fileserver1 runs on CENTOS6 (virtualized, if this is important), server5 runs on Centos5. Both are running with the most recent updates. Server5 is a
2011 May 31
1
Unable to mount Centos 5.6 Server via nfs4 - Operation Not Permitted - MADNESS!
After getting a reasonably configured NFS4 setup working on my Scientific Linux server, I spent a majority of my evening trying to do the same with my Centos 5 box, with fruitless results. Most attempts to mount that server returns the following message: [root at sl01 log]# mount -t nfs4 192.168.15.200:/opt/company_data /mnt mount.nfs4: Operation not permitted As nearest as I can
2009 Feb 01
1
nfs4 support
Hi, does klibc's mount support nfs4? Any ideas how hard is it to get nfs4-utils build against klibc for encryption support? Julius
2012 Apr 09
1
Problem with NFS4 and CentOs 5.8
Hi, I hope someone could give me help with following problem on centos 5.8 kernel and nfs4. On server i have bind mounted directory shared to the client with following setup: mounted directory: /srv/nfs/imagetest on /exports/imagetest type none (rw,bind) /etc/exports file: /exports
2010 Dec 06
0
2.6.18-194.26.1.el5 NFS4 race conditions?
Are there any known race conditions with 2.6.18-194.26.1.el5 x86_64 and NFS4? Today a user managed to shut down two identical Intel servers by copying a simple text file via NFS4. Reverting back to 17.1 made the error disappear. On other non-identical hardware the error was not reproducible (so it must be a combination of hardware and this special kernel revision). Anybody interested in a
2011 Oct 27
1
Use ACL over NFS4
I have an NFS4 server exporting a folder, and a Samba server importing that folder which it then turns around and shares over Samba. I would like Windows machines accessing this folder and its sub folders to be properly restricted according to ACLs. The NFS4 server is running CentOS 5.7 and is NFS exporting an EXT4 folder. The Samba server is running CentOS 6.0, and Samba 3.5.4-68.el6_0.2. On the
2013 Apr 16
1
nfs4 and idmapd
I'm using CentOS5.9 and mounting a remote directory via NFSv4. The nfs server is OpenIndiana 151.a.7 (i.e. Solaris). Users bin and daemon have each others ID on the oposite system. On OpenIndiana: User: bin; ID=2 User: daemon; ID=1 On CentOS: User: bin; ID=1 User: daemon; ID=2 That means if I create a file as daemon on the client (CentOS), it gets saved on the server as owner bin
2010 Apr 29
1
nfs4 help needed
Fedora 13 is using nfs4, and there is a problem in opening files requiring OpenOffice if accessed over an nfs3 mount, so it's time to change. I found a couple of tutorials, and got it *almost* working correctly. This is where I need help. Logwatch tells me /nfs4exports/Data1 and /Data1 have same filehandle for *,192.168.0.0/24,192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0, using first
2014 May 06
1
NFS4 idmap question
HTTPD on some of my CentOS5 systems is configured to run as user "nobody". Also, it needs access to some exported file systems. CentOS5 uses NFS3 so I changed the ownership of the files on the storage server to "nobody" to give httpd full permissions. Now I want to rebuild these systems with CentOS6 and httpd running as user "apache". The problem is how to give
2007 Dec 14
0
nfs4 acl support to be implemented
Hi List, I'm interested in implementing nfs4 acl support for rsync. Are there any pointers to start? Is anybody else working on this? -- Peter Somogyi Gamax Kft Bartok Bela ut 15/D H-1114, Budapest, Hungary e-mail: psomogyi@gamax.hu phone: +36 1 382 5469
2017 Oct 22
0
NFS4 mount nobody 99 / 99
All, I've a NFS4-mount on a CentOS Client with the following parameters: (rw,soft,intr,tcp,port=2049,sloppy,addr=xxxx,clientaddr=yyyy) This mount contains a rsync /home-Backup. All home-folders are owned by nobody:nobody, stat displays uid and gid = 99. Folder permissions are 700. I'm very surprised, that I can access my own home, but no foreign folders, although it looks like
2010 Oct 21
2
Mount/automount fails with krb5-enabled nfs4
I have a problem that is driving me crazy. Our nfs server is running Solaris. Most clients mount directories from it with no problems, but not all. All clients that have problems run CentOS (5.4 and 5.5). I've found one or two of each version that fail, but also a couple of each version that work. The mounting is done for user home directories via autofs but that doesn't seem to make any
2017 Sep 28
2
mounting an nfs4 file system as v4.0 in CentOS 7.4?
CentOS 7.4 client mounting a CentOS 7.4 server filesystem over nfs4. nfs seems to be much slower since the upgrade to 7.4, so I thought it might be nice to mount the directory as v4.0 rather than the new default of v4.1 to see if it makes a difference. The release notes state, without an example: "You can retain the original behavior by specifying 0 as the minor version" nfs(5)
2012 Jan 28
2
nfs4 with Samba 4
Hi everyone Version 4.0.0alpha18-GIT-bfc7481 openSUSE 12.1 Conventional nfs4 export works fine, but I'm having trouble kerberizing it for Samba 4 for my Samba 4 users. I've setup the nfs4 pseudo stuff like this: hh3:/ # mkdir /export hh3:/ # mkdir /export/home hh3:/ # mount --bind /home /export/home Here is /etc/exports: /export
2013 Aug 26
2
nfs4, idmapd, users with same name, different uid?
Is idmapd supposed to work where users have different uid numbers on the nfsv4 server and client? It seems to show the right names for ownership on the client side, but if I automount a home directory, that user doesn't have permission to enter it, and if I change permission to allow access and create a new file, it shows on the server as owned by the uid number for the user on the client
2009 Oct 31
1
Centos 5.4 kernels for NFS4
Do CentOS 5.4 users still have to use the RedHat preliminary kernels (http://people.redhat.com/jlayton/) for getting a NFSv4 safe kernel or have the patches been incorporated into CentosPlus kernels? Or is kernel-2.6.18-164.3.1.el5 somewhere in the queue? Thanks in advance! GS -- Gerhard Schneider Institute of Lightweight Design and e-Mail: gs at ilsb.tuwien.ac.at