I've tried mounting it as nfs rather than nfs4, but it just scrolls an error
until I send a break:
mount -t nfs cnfs:/export /nfs
[udp] cnfs:/export: NFSPROC_NULL: RPC: Timed out
An rpcinfo of the NFS server shows that it should support versions 2-4:
$ rpcinfo -p cnfs | grep nfs
100003 2 udp 2049 nfs
100003 3 udp 2049 nfs
100227 2 udp 2049 nfs_acl
100227 3 udp 2049 nfs_acl
100003 2 tcp 2049 nfs
100003 3 tcp 2049 nfs
100003 4 tcp 2049 nfs
100227 2 tcp 2049 nfs_acl
100227 3 tcp 2049 nfs_acl
I don't mind what version of NFS I end up using, so long as users are able
to access the share properly.
I'll also take a look at fs.
Kris Kennaway-3 wrote:
> mikeco wrote:
>> I have mounted an NFS4 filesystem shared by a Solaris 10 cluster
>> and am able to browse all of the files, but I cannot touch anything on
>> filesystem because of all of the user and group permissions being off.
>> Here's my fstab entry:
>> cnfs:/export /nfs nfs4 rw
>> When I first umount and mount the filesystem, permissions seem to be
>> properly. Users in our NIS environment have their home directories on
>> and, for example, are able to create files in their homes. Once I try to
>> touch a file in a directory other than my home, I get a "Permission
>> error and I am no longer able to even touch files in my own home
>> Is there a way that I can get permissions to show up correctly?
>> Thank you,
> (trimmed)try NFSv3 or the new implementation recently posted to fs@
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