2011-10-18 02:35 AM
I came across a nfs mount problem today;
/vol/fnd_git is a newly created volume....
filer01>exportfs -i -o rw=10.74.XX.20,root=10.74.XX.20,nosuid /vol/fnd_git
[root@linux_client~]# cat /etc/redhat-release
CentOS release 5.5 (Final)
[root@linux_client~]# mount filer01:/vol/fnd_git /test ===>no problem here, can mount successfully
[root@linux_client~]# cd /test ==========>but denied here
-bash: cd: /test: Permission denied
I even tried another 2 clients(one is solaris10 zone, the other is debian linux VM), and it is the same result : can mount successfully,but permission denied if try to "cd" or "ls"
could it be psosible relate to networking issue – either firewall or nat’ing? I am not sure, if yes, how can I trouble shoot?
I am a newbie of Netapp....please help
Solved! SEE THE SOLUTION
2011-10-18 04:30 AM
yes, it is indeed ntfs ,how could I change?
filer01> qtree status fnd_git
Volume Tree Style Oplocks Status
-------- -------- ----- -------- ---------
fnd_git ntfs enabled normal
filer01> options wafl.default_security_style
2011-10-18 04:43 AM
I read from the forum that currently there are no APIs available to set/change the security style of qtrees. and the qtree-create API sets the security style of the qtree to the default value specified in the option wafl.default_security_style.
So should I set the fl.default_security_style to unix first then recreate the volume?
2011-10-18 04:58 AM
thanks very much!
I destoryed the volume fnd_git and set wafl.default_security_style to unix
then I recreate the volume fnd_git, then this new volume inherits the security style to unix.......
now it work! the linux server have access and write permission now!
2011-10-18 09:35 PM
okay, i thought I can not change the security attribute of qtree through CLI....I made a mistake....
since the volume is new and no data so I destoryed it yesterday...
thanks very much