Problem with Linux >= 3.3 as NFSv4 server
rmacklem at uoguelph.ca
Wed Aug 22 12:03:20 UTC 2012
Norbert Aschendorff wrote:
> I already had a problem with this, but this is fixed: 1. The hostnames
> are correct 2. in the debian /etc/idmapd.conf, the right domain name
> specified 3. The names are transmitted correctly -- tested with
> Wireshark. If the problem was wrong domain names, I had found it
> I always take a look at the traffic if I have a problem with network
> stuff. And (as mentioned), I already had the name problem and
> the knowledge how to detect and fix it.
Ok, so you are saying that a reply from a Linux NFSv4 server (post 3.3)
for "ls -l" has correct owner and owner_group names on the wire, but the
FreeBSD client is reporting 32767 to userland?
If the above is the case, then you could email me a packet capture and
I'll take a look at it. (All I can think of is that the attribute reply
isn't parsing correctly for some reason.)
> Nevertheless, thank you for your answer.
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