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- Join Date
- Oct 2010
NFS Share Weirdness
I need some help with this. Redhat Enterprise Linux 5.3
At work we have a Net App filer with multiple NFS exports set up.
I can mount one called filer:/vol_path/datadump to a folder /datadump no problem the user has full access to it but another filer:/vol_path/testdatadump one mounted to /testdatadump is doing this weird thing where its changing the folder permissions from "drwxrwxrwx 2 root bin" to "drwxr-xr-x 3 root root"
Now i created a test file in the nfs share and it is visible in the folder /testdatadump but the user is of course not able to create folders.
Any idea why this is happening? I had a look at the filer and the 2 exports are set up the same - read write access is by the servers ip address.
The /datadump one just mounts and permissions stay the same?
Any help would be appreciated cheers.
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