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Absolutely correct....I have /rhome dir on my client. it has a subdir myhome. I discovered it after I posted the issue.... But I don know how & when was it created because I never created it...
Now I have 2 users on the server- nis1 & nis2 .. nis1 has the home dir as /rhome/myhome and nis2 has /rhome/nis2... now nis1 is able to log in with its home dir mounted but nis2 is not able to mount the home dir although it is able to log in...
I have done this many times before... but this scenario never occurred to me...
The root user on client can enter /rhome but not /myhome... it shows "permission denied"...