"Burke, Gary : GIG IS&T" wrote:
>> ]I can also see the contents of the lost+found
> ]However, when I look at /home/cormac, it reports
> ]that the directory is empty:
> ] ls -l /nfs_test/cormac (i.e. /home/cormac)
> ] total 0
>> I would assume that this is a rights thing. Create a user called cormac on
> the local machine with the same UID and GID as on the remote machine, and
> log in as that user and see if you can access the directory then. Or
> indeed, log in as root and try it. If the drive is NFSmounted, then you
> should be able to see everything.
I know what you mean and I thought likewise, but I have been mounting
and browsing as root on the client and still cannot see the contents of
I also tried this:
Created testuser with uid=300, gid=100 on both machines
exported /home in /etc/exports on server (also tried exporting
$mount 18.104.22.168:/home /nfs_test
$ls -l lost+found
$ls -l testuser
$ su testuser
$ls -l testuser
whereas on the server:
. .. testfile
Hmm.... (scratching head).
Thanks for the suggestion, though.
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