Network and Storage Protocols
We completed the procedure to match the domain value on both the filer and the solaris 10 client
On the filer side:
On the solaris 10 side in /etc/default/nfs:
However, all file ownership is still squashed to "nobody" on the v4 mount.
and I am getting the following on the solaris /var/adm/messages
nfs: [ID 609956 kern.warning] WARNING: NFSMAPID_DOMAIN does not match the server: 10.100.9.8 domain .
My question is "How do I verify the NFSv4 domain value on the filer side ?
I already checked and verified the solaris side that it is the value specified.
Thanks in advance.
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I found my answer in the KB pile. Turns out "vfiler" (virtual) got an extra step.
But I think this should be up front in the manuals and not buried deep in the KB pile
"Incorrect NFSv4 ID domain mapping in a MultiStore environment"
KB ID: 2012567 Version: 1.0 Published date: 05/03/2010
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I have the necessary settings as the KB suggests. But still I am seeing the files owned by root are "nobody"nobody". Do I need to check anything else?
Pls assume I have set the following in client and filer:
1. The domain name matches the client and filer.
2. Copied the /etc/passwd and /etc/group to the vfiler.
Sorry, I do not an answer for you. Only wish you luck on your quest.
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