Problems with nfs
Tue Apr 24 15:40:00 GMT 2012
On Apr 24 08:30, Andrew DeFaria wrote:
> On 04/24/2012 08:00 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> >And make sure the uid/gid mapping is set up correctly (Windows 2008
> >AD mapping works fine, see the "UNIX Attributes" tab in the user/group
> >properties dialog in the "Active Directory Users and Computers" MMC
> I don't think there's an MMC snap-in on a Netapp...
No, but on the AD DC.
> >And make sure the security settings in the NFS client (starting with W7)
> >are correct. If the NFS server doesn't support krb5 authentication,
> >you should explicitly switch them off in the "Services for Network
> >File System" MMC Snap-in. Also, make sure that "reserved ports" is
> >enabled for best interoperability.
> As I said, I don't have Win 7 - just XP. I had uninstalled SFU
> because I saw no way to solve this problem. Perhaps some of your
> settings above are transferable to the Netapp and they will set them
> and then I can try again.
I was talking about the *client* options. For XP all I said can be
ignored, except the provider order. On XP you can simply use a passwd
and group file (NOT the Cygwin passwd and group files!) for identity
mapping on the client machine.
> >Still, an NFS client isn't just some arbitrary piece of software, it's a
> >filesystem driver, like ntfs.sys. There's no OSS code available which
> >provides this kind of FS driver for Windows.
> I admit that NFS client is involved, a driver, in the kernel, etc.
> But isn't there SFU already coded? I guess the source isn't readily
> available if at all. I think that having an NFS client would be
> beneficial to all as NFS protocol seems to be way faster than SMB
> and more conducive to the "Linux/Cygwin" environment.
SFU *is* the NFS client. You seem to expect that there's some user
space executable which constitutes the NFS client, but that's not the
case. The OS driver *is* the NFS client. Full stop.
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