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Restricting access to NFS shares on ZFS Storage
This might be an interesting question to Solaris/Sparc admins:
We have NFS shares on ZFS Storage to be mounted on Linux guests.
From what I have been asked to, It is a premise on Linux to restrict hosts mounting this share. NFS options as share -o rw,root etc..
But is not very usual to Solaris. From this years as Solaris Admin, I cannot remember one demand to restrict this access.
And inside a ZFS Storage, full access to shares are either restricted or non-supported.
On CLI, there is the option to set sharenfs options, but as lists of hosts grow, it will become non-practible. Local /etc/exports is restricted?
Has anyone faced this?