Hello,

First, this may just be a coincidence and may have nothing to do with
FreeIPA.  However, I am running out of ideas and just wonder if anyone
has seen it.

The only change was to move them from openLDAP to FreeIPA.  The
automount were in place before this weekend and were working fine.

However, I seem to have permission when using  wildcard permissions.
If I add the line below to /etc/exports, it works fine.

This fixes it:
/export  platinum.eng.example.com(rw,sync,no_root_squash)

However, its clearly covered by this wildcard permissions.  All three
lines the same access options - rw, sync and ro root squash

[root@platinum ~]# showmount -e silicon
Export list for silicon:
/export/eng *.eng.example.com
/export     *.eng.example.com

However, I do get an error that I don't have proper rights.

Sep 25 21:54:15 platinum automount[13480]: mount_mount: mount(nfs):
calling mkdir_path /home/rtdamgr
Sep 25 21:54:15 platinum automount[13480]: mount_mount: mount(nfs):
calling mount -t nfs -s -o intr 192.168.20.14:/export/eng/home/rtdamgr
/home/rtdamgr
Sep 25 21:54:15 platinum automount[13480]: >> mount.nfs: access denied
by server while mounting 192.168.20.14:/export/eng/home/rtdamgr
Sep 25 21:54:15 platinum automount[13480]: mount(nfs): nfs: mount
failure 192.168.20.14:/export/eng/home/rtdamgr on /home/rtdamgr

Would anyone know why NFS wouldn't respect wildcard hostnames?

Regards,

William

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