nfs server on ubuntu doesn't play nice with nfs client on solaris
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I also tried out a few more things. Put an OpenSuSE machine and configure it's nfs server exactly same as the Ubuntu one. To my surprise, Solaris clients can access the files shared by OpenSuSE with out any problems. The problem is only when the nfs client machine is Solaris and the nfs server is ubuntu.
Hi all, 6 months too late. I ran into the same problem, mostly getting "security mode does not match the server exporting".
There is a nice writeup on the issue and how to fix it and get the machines talking to each other. Unfortunately I can't yet post a url, so I'll follow up on this