I am running Solaris 10 on my NFS server. I am struggling with how to setup read-only access to a share from a subnet, but allow read-write access from a system within that subnet.
On the Server:
root@server># share -F nfs -o log,root=192.168.10.10,rw=192.168.10.10,firstname.lastname@example.org/24 /export/plaground
The read-write client is able to mount the share, but is not able to write, either as root or a standard user with permissions to the share...
root@client># mount server:/export/playground /mnt root@client># mount <snip> server:/export/playground on /mnt type nfs (rw,addr=192.168.168.5) root@client># ls -axl /mnt total 90 drwxr-xr-x+ 25 root root 25 Nov 2 11:45 . drwxr-xr-x 22 root root 4096 Nov 2 11:28 .. drwxrwxr-x 2 root users 2 Nov 2 11:45 test root@client># touch /mnt/file.test touch: cannot touch `/mnt/file.test': Read-only file system root@client># exit user@client>$ touch /mnt/test/file.test touch: cannot touch `/mnt/test/file.test': Read-only file system
I have attempted to adjust the order of the options, but to no success. Putting the read-only option prior to the read-write option does nothing to change the status of the mount.