On 2017-04-13 12:47, Ronald Wimmer wrote:
On 2017-04-12 17:21, Jason B. Nance wrote:
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You can still use autofs and mkhomdir, just use a direct mount for /home instead of indirect mounts. In other words, mount "/home" entirely vs. "/home/<username>" individually.


Thanks for clarification. I made a direct map for /home now that looks like:
/home    -fstype=nfs4,rw,sec=sys ipanfs.mydomain.at:/homeshare

If i try to login on my testclient, the user home directory gets created. Permissions (UID/GID) are set correctly but the directory is still inaccessible for the user.

My question is why? Is it because i set sec to sys here? When I set it to krb5, automount does not even mount /home


It was my own fault. I somehow messed up the /etc/krb5.keytab on the testclient. After correcting it everything works like a charm.

Regards,
Ronald

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