2013-10-15 02:46 PM
Running NetApp Release 8.0.2 7-Mode on a FAS 2040
I have a RH Linux 5 environment setup and I'm trying to change permissions on a particular file using chmod 4710 but it only changes it to 710. If I move the file over to the local file system it changes just fine.
-rwx--x--- 1 applmgr dba 28122 Apr 21 2012 nmb
what I need is this -
-rws--x--- 1 applmgr dba 28122 Apr 21 2012 nmb
Ideas or suggestions?
2013-10-16 08:14 AM
On the linux side, run the mount command, and look for your mount point. Under the options it will list nosuid if in effect. You can also check /etc/fstab so see what options it's mounted with.
The the filer side, check /etc/exports, and see what options the volume is exported with - if nosuid is there, that is the problem.
2013-10-17 07:50 AM
Thanks Bill for your input. This is what I have on the /etc/fstab on the linux box -
na02:/vol/db_top /u01/oracle/proddb nfs rsize=32768,wsize=32768,hard,nointr,rw,bg,vers=3,tcp,actimeo=0,timeo=600
I'm assuming in order to see the /etc/exports on the filer I'll need to mount the vol0?
2013-10-21 08:08 AM
You can mount vol0, or log in and "rdfile /etc/exports", or "exportfs -q /vol/db_top" (exportfs -q I have not used in practice before - but it looks like it mirrors the exports line).