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Old 2nd April 2008, 18:18
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Default ownership problem in NFS

Hi All,

I have installed the NFS server and make the following entry in /etc/exports file
/home *(rw,no_root_squash,sync)

And start the nfs service. When I mount the home directory in the other linux server it is working fine. But the ownership of the all folders or files changed in which I have mount the home directory like:

Ownership of folders in the NFS server
mchauhan mchauhan 4096 Mar 28 05:21 mchauhan
gsingh gsingh 4096 Apr 2 08:30 gsingh

After mount command in the other server ownership of
mchauhan mchauhan 4096 Apr 2 08:30 gsingh
gsingh gsingh 4096 Mar 28 05:21 mchauhan

I don’t know why it is not keeping the original permission in the mounted server. Please help me.

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Manoj
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Old 3rd April 2008, 20:12
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Can you describe the problem in more detail?
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