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[tlug] NFS export issue
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- Subject: [tlug] NFS export issue
- From: Josh Glover <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 11:22:55 -0500
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This may well be the weirdest thing I've seen today: I am NFS mounting /home/ on one box from a Solaris 8 box running NFS server. For some users, things are swell. For others, they do not have write perms to their own homespace. The problem stems from ownership problems, but I have been unable to solve them. Here is a sample of /home: drwxrwxr-x 2 141 bin 512 Mar 16 10:35 jmglov drwxrwxr-x 40 john bin 3072 Mar 13 15:36 john drwxrwxr-x 5 137 bin 512 Feb 21 08:38 judith drwxrwxr-x 7 kellyw bin 512 Dec 13 09:21 kellyw Two of these users, john and kellyw, can happily use their homespace. The other two, jmglov and judith, cannot, as they do not own their homespace. The question is, why not? and where does the 141 come from? On the server, /home looks like: drwxrwxr-x 2 jmglov users 512 Mar 16 10:35 jmglov drwxrwxr-x 40 john users 3072 Mar 16 11:10 john drwxrwxr-x 5 judith users 512 Feb 21 08:38 judith drwxrwxr-x 7 kellyw users 512 Mar 16 11:11 kellyw As one might expect, jmglov's homespace works fine on the server. I have tried restarting the NFS server, but that did nothing. Back on the client, mount reports that /home is being mounted rw: jabba:/home on /home type nfs (rw,hard,intr,addr=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) (IP address censored to protect the guilty) I cannot umount /home, as umount always reports that /home is busy, even when I stop the NFS server. Strange. I cannot force it, but I can umount -r and have it mounted readonly. Which buys me nothing. So I am out of ideas, for now. What I have not done is restarted the client. I would rather not, as it is a high availability machine. And I should not have to. Any suggestions? -- Josh Glover <email@example.com> Computer Science Undergrad "No segfault, no problem!"
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