Peter Wood wrote: > I'm using CentOS5.9 and mounting a remote directory via NFSv4. The nfs > server is OpenIndiana 151.a.7 (i.e. Solaris). > > Users bin and daemon have each others ID on the oposite system. > > On OpenIndiana: > User: bin; ID=2 > User: daemon; ID=1 > > On CentOS: > User: bin; ID=1 > User: daemon; ID=2 > > That means if I create a file as daemon on the client (CentOS), it gets > saved on the server as owner bin and it shows back on the client as owner > bin. > > I'm trying to use idmapd to define custom mapping but I can't get it > working. don't know for idmapd, but if you have a simple setup you could switch the uids of bin and daemon on your client (and chown all their files of course).