Write in root on NFS disk?

Conny Enström uncurbed at swipnet.se
Fri Jan 27 15:47:23 UTC 2017


Den 2017-01-27 kl. 16:38, skrev Conny Enström:
> I have a NFS Raid-1 shared and mounted NFS disk like this on the server:
> /etc/exportfs
> /mnt/md0 *(rw,async,no_subtree_check,no_root_squash,fsid=1)
>
> I have also tried to export it like this: /mnt/md0
> *(rw,sync,no_subtree_check)
>
> I had 2 disks mounted exact the same before and had no problem with
> copying files to the root of the disks.
>
> Mounted on the client with:
> fstab
> 192.168.0.113:/mnt/md0 /media/raid1 nfs auto 0 0
>
> I can't write or copy any files in the root of the disk,I can create a
> folder without problem
> What is wrong with the config?
>
> Conny
>
I can NOT create a folder, my fault.




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