On 01/01/2012 11:15 AM, Frank Murphy wrote:
> (I have line wraps here)
> my.server.here://nfs/store01 /home/myuser/Net01 nfs
> user,rw,noauto,hard,intr 0 0
> The problem I'm having is myuser on the client is uid:1000
> (my son set up his own PC with Fedora16)
> on the server myuser uid:500
UID's matter more than usernames ... nfs4 has some user mapping
features but I cannot speak to them.
I would suggest you bite the bullet and move the uid's on server from
>= 500 to >= 1000 (and of course match client usernames).
I just did this on my servers - you should of course shut down services
(sendmail, dovecot etc) before fixing the /etc/passwd and /etc/group
files - then
chown -R user.user XXX
where XXX = /home/user, /var/mail/user etc.
Before restarting services.
If you have other mixed owner directories then the command
chown -R --from
can be helpful (you can do the uid and gid separately as well if you
have shared groups for example.
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