[CentOS] NFS client firewall config?
tomh0665 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 20 02:00:58 UTC 2010
>>> I have done that, but it seems that either these settings don't work on
>>> CentOS5.4, or I'm doing something wrong.
>> Is the remote machine also CentOS 5? NFS v4 is a relatively recent
>> addition to Linux, so if your remote box is older, it might only be
>> capable of NFS 3. I have to do that with our old CentOS 3 boxes here.
> Yup, it's CentOS 5.4 :)
> Are both machines in the same NFSv4 domain? You need to define the domain in
> the sysconfig/nfs file.
+1; the idmapdomains have to be the same and the users accessing the
nfs share have to be "known" on the server either in its /etc/passwd
or through nis-nisplus-ldap.
Also, an nfsv4 mount invocation is different from a previous nfs
version's mount invocation.
If you are exporting
from nfsserver, you have to mount
on your client
You may have to export with
but it may be assumed if there isn't a directory exported at a higher
level, but I have not tested it is assumed without.
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