Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

Does your export utilize root_squash? From the CentOS docs: root_squash — Prevents root users connected remotely from having root privileges and assigns them the user ID for the user nfsnobody. This effectively "squashes" the power of the remote root user to the lowest local user, preventing unauthorized alteration of files on the remote server. ...


0

I tracked the cause to be that one was running in a VM that was configured to share its network interface with its host computer, the other was configured in bridge mode. Only bridged mode works for nfs (as far as I can tell). After running mount -vv I found that the nfs-client sending its IP address to the nfs-server. In non-bridged mode, this IP address ...


1

regarding the type:=program mount/unmount commands, the infodoc for amd on OpenBSD mentions that the first element in the argument is the program to execute, and the second arg is what gets passed in as $0. so iow, if i did mount:="/sbin/mount_nfs -x10 -3 -dt600 -r32768 -w32768 -o rw,tcp.intr host:/path/${key} /local/${key}" i ended up getting: ...


1

Now we've got it working (-fstype=nfs is not needed, and probably not valid, in a map) your question betrays a misunderstanding about how automount presents to the user. Here's an automount entry in my master file /mnt /etc/auto.master.d/mnt and the corresponding map # cat /etc/auto.master.d/mnt helvellyn -ro,soft,intr ...



Top 50 recent answers are included