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It would be useful to add client-side workaround info. The OP didn't say if Ubuntu was the NFS client or NFS server. This can also be worked around on the NFS client side. In my case, the server was a Sun Storage Appliance and it doesn't support noaclfab yet. So on the Linux boxes that mount those shares, I added this configuration: In /etc/sysconfig/autofs make sure "APPEND_OPTIONS" is set to "yes" and set "OPTIONS" to "--global-options noacl". You might also want to include some other items as well like "--global-options nosuid,noacl,vers=3,retry=5000"
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