Mount \home\<username> from server to all other linux machines
I'm new to linux and can't seem to figure out how to do this.
I have a number of servers which authenticate against my windows domain. There is one particular server (let's call it mainserver) that users of our computer cluster log into. When they log in for the first time, a directory \home\<username> is created.
Users are submiting jobs to our computer cluster through torque and the torque computation nodes need access to the contents of the \home\<username> folder on mainserver.
I have tried to share the \home folder on mainserver using nfs and it is successfully mounting on the computation servers, but on the computation servers I can't access the mounted \home\<username>, even when logged in as <username> due to permission issues.
Is there a way to do this?
Thanks for any help.