In a nutshellOntap 7.3.7p2 on a N3300, one snaplock volume, one cifs share. Oracle app....
AIX 7.11 client.needs nfs3 RW access.
#Auto-generated by setup Thu Sep 23 10:18:44 EDT 2010/vol/vol0 -sec=sys,rw,nosuid/vol/N330002Avol0 -sec=sys,rw,nosuid/vol/archives -sec=sys,rw,nosuid/vol/archives/qarchives -actual=/vol/archives/qarchives,sec=sys,rw=xxx.xxx.xxx.188,root=xxx.xxx.xxx.188
Root account can mount and list
Non root cannot with permissions error.
Not convinced Ontap is the issue, but have to prove it.
A couple of things.
First, your system is old and need an upgrade
Second, you are using -actual, but are still exporting it as is. The way I use -actual is for aliases, not in the way you are
Map the user to root in usermap.cfg file
Thanks for your really quick response. 🙂
1. agreed, not mine, just helping out. In another life I deployed and/or supported over forty 7mode systems across NA. My first recommendation was "UPGRADE NOW"
2. agreed, however at this time we are only troubleshooting. It's a temp solution until decisions are made by the bean counters.
3. I have mapped a AIX user to a windows domain user that has required permissions : added " domain\username <= username", where usernames are the same. Not helpful.
WCC -s and -u confirm the mapping.
Reading the docs and believe this will do, can you confirm?
root <= oracleadmin
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