NFSv4 and pam_mount - mounting user home directories.
salwerom at iem.pw.edu.pl
Sun Jan 9 20:01:34 UTC 2011
> Again, it works for me (using a pretty current FreeBSD client). The
> only difference is that I never run mount_nfs directly and would use
> the following command:
> # mount -t nfs -o nfsv4 192.168.183.131:/home /tmp/nfs4
> Assuming the client is a FreeBSD8 box on the 192.168.183.0 subnet,
> I don't know why it wouldn't work, except that I'd suggest trying
> the command the way I type it, in case that runs it with somewhat
> different options?
So, I added in /etc/rc.conf:
reboot and again typed the commands above.
and now it seems to WORK ;) :
nfs4-client# mount -t nfs -o nfsv4 192.168.183.131:/home /tmp/nfs4
nfs4-client# mount -t newnfs
192.168.183.131:/home on /tmp/nfs4 (newnfs)
nfs4-client# umount /tmp/nfs4
nfs4-client# mount -t nfs 192.168.183.131:/usr/home /tmp/nfs3
[tcp] 192.168.183.131:/usr/home: NFSPROC_NULL: RPC: Program/version
mismatch; low version = 4, high version = 4
with mount_nfs command it behaves the same.
Good to know if it will work with nfsv4 server started via rc.conf and
sysctl values in sysctl.conf..
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