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dfshares ( from NFS server)
mount -p ( from NGS client)
Why you thing that client mount shares RO ?
Check permissions for working dir. Create test dir on the server and set 777 permissions on test.
You are correct, the file system is mounted rw afterall. The ownership of the mount point on the client is nobody, so I su'd to nobody and tried to create files but couldn't. I can as root though.
I've changed the ownership of the NFS file system on the server to oracle:dba. I have an oracle:dba on the client with the same uid/gid, but the ownership of the files still says nobody. How do I make it show up as oracle?
Also, is the mount command the correct way to mount zfs nfs volumes?
It's look like security issue.
1. Check that system can resolve both. System should be in same domain.
2. In case can't resolve this issue. On client side set NFS_version=2
mount -o vers=2 ..........
But it's - only as workaround for short time.
I've confirmed that the systems can resolve each other. They're also both under the same domain.
I also manually set the domain in /etc/default/nfs but that didn't help either.
It works fine if I flip over to v2 but I'd rather use v4 as its the default.
Any other ideas?
After edit /etc/default/nfs you reboot you system or restart NFS_Server ((svc:/network/nfs/server) ?
You edit this value on server/client side or on both ?
On server and client at /etc/resolve.conf use domainname or search record ?
Or you use /etc/dedaultdomain ?