Vserver: sv1 Policy Name: default Rule Index: 8 Access Protocol: any List of Client Match Hostnames, IP Addresses, Netgroups, or Domains: 192.168.0.0/24 RO Access Rule: any RW Access Rule: any User ID To Which Anonymous Users Are Mapped: 65534 <<<< Superuser Security Types: none <<<< Honor SetUID Bits in SETATTR: true Allow Creation of Devices: true
I have two questions:
Basically, this is "root_squash" option. Is this a recommended export policy/configurations?
2) Is there any way to assign a specified user (not root) to have "root" type of access to a NFS file system under NFSv3? How?
by setting the permission to 777 on the volume, I got both Example 1 and Example 2 work on page 117. Please ignore my last two messages above. Sorry for confusing.
However, I don't quite understand what we are trying to do here. Here, "root" is squashed to nfsnobody (65534). But, what if I also want to have the "root" to do what "root" is supposed to do on this NFS file system.