cannot execute binary on directory mounted by nfs (Debian wheezy) Permission denied.
There are 3 systems (all of them are Debian wheezy X86_64), connected by network. File sharing by nfs v3.
PenguinA: NFS client for /common/bin/
PenguinB: NFS client for /common/bin/
Whale: NFS server for /common/bin/, where many binaries are sitting.
This system used to work flawlessly.
After dist-upgrade today, PenguinA cannot execute binaries on /common/bin, error message is "Permission denied" if full path is specified.
"which" command cannot point any binaries under /common/bin/.
PenguinB has no trouble.
Troubleshooting process follows;
Shell variables have correct values.
/etc/fstab has not been edited for a quite while.
Logs under /var/log do not show much.
Following look good form both PenguinA and PenguinB owner, group, permission.
"mount" on PenguinA shows "noexec". I need to find out where "noexec" comes from.
What is next?
Any suggestions will be appreciated!
What does the fstab entry look like for your NFS share (options, etc)?
From the mount man page...
Try remounting the NFS share with the exec option, what happens?
Yes, /etc/fstab has options "rw,user,noauto,vers=3", which has been sitting for a while.
"mount" command gives "noexec" again.
"mount -o remount,exec" fails, exit code is 32.
/common/ is "fsck"ed, so hopefully filesystem is not corrupted.
Did you check /etc/mtab? Did you try deleting the mtab entry, unmounting and then mounting the share again (3 steps)?
Yes, I checked /etc/mtab, which had noexec.
No, I have not tried your three steps.
I tried to umount, checked mtab to make sure no /common/, and mount, without success.
I put exec option on fstab, no success.
Then I tried your three steps, BINGO!
Thanks a lot.
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