Originally Posted by JJJCR
"no_root_squash" option what does it do?
In the presence of "all_squash" it won't do anything. "Squashing" refers to the mapping of IDs from the client to the anonuid
(here, 65534 and 1000) on the server. By default, the root UID gets squashed and non-root UIDs are preserved. The "no_root_squash" would prevent that and allow full root permissions to propagate to the server. But, "all_squash" squashes all
UIDs/GIDs to 65534/1000, and rsync
will not be able to preserve the UID or GID of the source.