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From: Harry Putnam <reader@×××××××.com>
To: gentoo-user@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-user] Gentoo nfs server:Opensolaris client; error `security mode does not match'
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 22:24:36
1 I'm having a problem mounting a nfs share exported by my gentoo
2 server. The client problem occurs on an opensolaris box running
3 2008-11 build 109.
5 I have an ancient /etc/exports that may be way out of date... I
6 rarely use nfs. But I've begun setting up a NAS that consists of an
7 OpenSolaris server with ZFS file sytem.
9 I hoped to use NFS to handle backs ups and other work between linux
10 boxes and solaris NAS, with windows boxes using CIFS.
12 It doesn't really make sense to mount the other way round, like
13 serving from OpenSol and client at gentoo host since a general backup
14 plan will be running from the Solaris box and effecting all lan
15 machines.
17 At least that was my first thought. But really would like to
18 understand what is needed in either direction.
20 Here is the line from /etc/exports (on gentoo server):
21 /pub,insecure,o_root_squash,subtree_check)
23 This is the command [and result] from Opensolaris client:
25 mount -F nfs -o ro reader:/pub /pub
26 nfs mount: security mode does not match the server exporting reader:/pub
28 I think it is some basic problem between the two NFS implementations
29 and even found a redhat bug saying as much here:
32 Those export lines (in the bug report) are vastly different than
33 mine.. I know next to nothing about what `should' be on those
34 lines.... I probably copy/pasted the one I'm using years ago from
35 somewhere.
37 So, there is some chance, probably even a good chance that its just
38 some dopey error of mine causing the problem.


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Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo nfs server:Opensolaris client; error `security mode does not match' Alan McKinnon <alan.mckinnon@×××××.com>