Running into a bit of a weird problem with a Linux file server and an NFS share. The file server has a handful of other Linux systems mapped to it using NFS, and things work great for the most part. As each Linux system connecting to the file server is a production processing system, the share for each is set up the same way and maps them all to the same user/group combo. That all works great, but now there is 1 folder that is pretty locked down needs to be accessible by the other processing systems, but no matter what I've done so far, the folder is always unreadable and kicks back a 'permission denied' when even trying to change to that folder.
Current setup on the file server exports file looks like this for each processing system (substitute the appropriate IP of course):
As the file server is running FC2, this file was generated by using the NFS configuration utility.
The folder I'm trying to access is directly under /Vol1, which I can connect to just fine. User 504 on the server is not the owner of the folder, but belongs to the group that's assigned to it, so therefore has full access to it. Permissions on the folder are set to 770 to allow only the owner and group members access.
So, I guess I'm a bit confused as to why, if the user that is being assigned to all systems mounting via NFS are being assigned to user 504, and user 504 has full access to the folder, I'm not able to even view the folder at all from a client system.
I'm sure this is an issue on the file server itself, but I don't know what more to try (short of setting the permissions higher than 770, which I can't do).
Anyone have any ideas? Sorry if I left out any info.. let me know and I'll supply whatever else might be needed.