I'm running 8.0.1RC1. Currently after creating a volume and mounting it on linux via NFSv3, its root directory is owned by 0:0 (root) and is by default not writeable by anybody. All my qtree volume permissions are set to 'unix'.
I would like to know how to change the Default User ownership of a volume. This can be either name-based or UID/GID.
I am looking for something similar to this:
options wafl.default_qtree_mode 0750
Except for root folder ownership rather than bitmask permissions.
I am not interested in mapping every single nfs user to a specific UID/GUID (anon/maps), nor am I interested in granting every box root access to a volume. I would simply like to mount a newly created volume and have its default root folder ownership be, for example, 1234:1234.
Does anyone know how I would go about this?