Wow, that's fairly horrifying stuff, Rob. All of my NFS servers (and current
ldap-auth'd clients, which are not migrated to ipa-client) are constrained to
nfs3. I have no plans to v4 any of my nfs infrastructure apart from one server
eventually which will serve mostly Macs for acl richness. At any rate:
"To use GSS-Proxy with the NFS server you need a recent enough kernel. Anything
more recent than 3.10 should work just fine."
Servers are CentOS6 and Nexenta where they'll remain for the foreseeable future.
Surely this is anticipated somewhere in the ipa/sssd universe allowing autofs
to act in some autonomous way as it does currently with ldap backend?
- cal sawyer
> Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2016 14:07:40 -0500
> From: Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com>
> To: Cal Sawyer <ca...@blue-bolt.com>, email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [Freeipa-users] IPA, autofs, kerberos
> Message-ID: <568ac2fc.6080...@redhat.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
> Cal Sawyer wrote:
>> After getting autofs working using automountmaps in IPA, i've discovered
>> that upon rebooting a client i have no automounts. If i ssh into the
>> client and obtain a ticket as admin, after restarting autofs (as root),
>> I can once again see access automounted directories. Until then, user
>> logins which depend on network home mount consistently fail
>> Question is, how can this be made automatic on reboot?
> Credentials are needed to do the mounts so it depends on what
> credentials you want/need to use for that. What mounts are these that
> require Kerberos, home directories or something else?
> GSS-Proxy can do this unattended,
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