/opt/app/oracle/product/10.1.2.0.2 on the remote server <remotehost> is owned by oracle
ninstall with 700 permissions.
If I create a test directory, say /opt/storage/test and assign it 777 permissions, then I can mount from the client with
$ sudo mount remotehost:/opt/storage/test /mnt
..and now I can read/write into /mnt.
1) Who (username) is the mount command mounting the remote share as?
2) My linux box isn't connecting to a NIS domain; how can I make sure that the user info (username, password, group, etc) of the Linux client account are valid on the remote Solaris NFS server?