NFS share permission denied
I'm sure there is a very trivial solution to my problem but I just can't figure it out due to my lack of knowledge.
I want to mount an nfs share share on client1. The share is on server1.
The server1 /etc/exportfs has entry:
The client1 sudo mount works just fine:
sudo mount server1:/backup /backup
and obviously the ls -l shows
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Mar 23 12:07 backup
But I want a regular user to be able to read/write to that nfs folder. And with the regular user I get
touch: cannot touch `backup/test': Permission denied
Can anyone let me know how to mount the nfs whare with options to read/write permissions for a regular user. And then put that mount into /etc/fstab? Should I mount first and then change the ownership of that folder?
Thanks. I've read somewhere about it. So, if the user1 on client1 has uid 500 and gid 500 the /etc/exports should just have: anonuid=500,anongid=500?
I think I found the solution. Will post it later.
Created a user and a group on the NFS server to match the uid and gid of the user1 on the client1.
changed the ownerwhip of the NFS folder to share with a client1 to the newly created user.
Now it all works. As I though - lack on knowledge and understanding on how the NFS user permissions mapping works made me go through a lot this morning.
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