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SubjectRe: Kernel nfsd and exports question

On Thu, 21 May 1998, Serguei Koubouchine wrote:

> I can export such directory tree and mount it from remote system, but when I
> try to access directories where filesystems mounted into exported tree I
> have "permission denied" ...
> There is no such problem with user space nfsd.
> Any ideas?

I have the same problem. I have:

/dev/hda2 /yonder/usr1 ext2 default,grpid 1 1
/dev/hda3 /yonder/usr2 ext2 default,grpid 1 1
/dev/hdc1 /yonder/usr3 ext2 default,grpid 1 1

/yonder pong(rw) arsene(rw) ...

kexportfs reports:
pong:/yonder: Operation not permitted
arsene:/yonder: Operation not permitted

and the clients get permission errors when they try to mount

Mark Hinds

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