I have mounted a NFS share from a Windows 2012 server to a Centos7 webserver I have.
I want my webserver to create and read files from the NFS share. I had a similar solution on Windows 2008 and Centos6 earlier, but I'm struggling after upgrading the servers.
UID and GID are set in W2012 NFS options and are correct.
[root@centos external]# ll drwxrwxrwx 2 apache www-data 4096 Sep 17 16:15 NFSShare [root@centos external]# df -h windowsserver:/NFSShare 50G 19G 31G 38% /var/www/external/NFSShare [root@centos external]# getfacl NFSShare/ # file: NFSShare/ # owner: apache # group: www-data user::rwx group::rwx other::rwx
The NFS-share and it's permissions work with root-user.
[root@centos NFSShare]# touch test.txt [root@centos NFSShare]# ll total 1 -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache www-data 8 Sep 17 16:15 test2.txt -rw-r--r-- 1 apache www-data 0 Sep 24 11:10 test.txt
But when I try Read or Write from my website with PHP, i get permission deny.
PHP code (trying to create a folder and read a file):
// Try create a folder mkdir('/var/www/external/NFSShare/123'); // Try to read from file $file = '/var/www/external/NFSShare/test2.txt'; $homepage = file_get_contents($file); echo $homepage;
PHP Error log:
[root@centos external]# tail /var/log/httpd/website-error_log [Thu Sep 24 10:21:03.632156 2015] [:error] [pid 15286] [client 172.27.xxx.xxx:56198] PHP Warning: mkdir(): Permission denied in /var/www/website/modules/users/view/admin/test.php on line 6 [Thu Sep 24 10:21:03.645438 2015] [:error] [pid 15286] [client 172.27.xxx.xxx:56198] PHP Warning: file_get_contents(/var/www/external/NFSShare/test2.txt): failed to open stream: Permission denied in /var/www/website/modules/users/view/admin/test.php on line 15
Same problem if I try to run as apache user from ssh:
[root@centos NFSShare]# su -s /bin/sh apache -c "touch /var/www/external/NFSShare/test.txt" touch: cannot touch ‘/var/www/external/NFSShare/test.txt’: Permission denied
At the moment I have tried to give "Everyone" NTFS permissions on the Windows side, CHMOD 0777 as much as possible on the Centos-server and turned SELinux off - just to exclude any problems with this.
Anyone have an idea why the Apache-user can't read or write to the NFS Share?
Checked "tail -f /var/log/audit/audit.log" when creating files with apache user. Can't see any difference in the log for when I create a file in ex. /external or in /external/NFSShare where I get permission denied on NFSShare.
Checked "tcpdump -i any dst windowsserver" where I get the NFS request when creating a file with root-user, but nothing when trying with the apache user. So looks like my Centos-server is denying the request before anything is sent to the windowsserver.