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Old 07-09-2007, 04:38 PM   #1
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Files getting created with owner as nobody and group as nogroup, how to stop?

Logged in as root, while creating files in an NFS , its owner is showing nobody and group as nogroup, how to stop this... to me seems to be nfs issue. pls help!!!
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That is called root squash. You could use the no_root_squash option.
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That was correct. Thanks.

That was correct, thanks for guiding.


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