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tried no_acl, but not working...
Edited by: 943714 on Aug 28, 2012 6:49 AM
Edited by: 943714 on Aug 28, 2012 6:55 AM
thought it is working, but not..
Different versions of Oracle Linux or NFS have different problems and solutions. There are 3 versions of NFS. It is impossible from your post to determine what you are using.
I suggest you look into rpc.idmapd (man rpc.idmapd), which provides mapping between on-the-wire NFSv4 names (which are strings in the form of user@domain) and local UIDs and GIDs.
A fundamental premise of NFS is that UID/GID's are consistent throughout the "network" where the NFS servers are accessible. That's why being root on your client must be qualified before you can be root on the NFS server. That's why NIS and NIS+ were invented: centralized administration.
Using a dedicated group ID that is consistent throughout the network is the common UNIX/Linux way of sharing access (set the umask to 007 to keep stuff private).