[SOLVED] cannot execute binary on directory mounted by nfs (Debian wheezy) Permission denied.
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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!
Last edited by kaz2100; 02-16-2012 at 12:06 AM.
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