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Re: block root access to NFS mount



Em Segunda 11 Setembro 2006 15:28, Mark Haney escreveu:
> Okay, here's a problem I'm running in to.  I have an NFS server that is
> controlled via NIS for which hosts access the NFS mounts.  I need to
> give root access to an NFS client host machine, but /not/ the NFS
> mounts.  Is there any way at all to control this, other than making the
> NFS mounts read only?
>
> (Yeah I know it's a strange question, but time is pressing and I don't
> have enough of it to google.)  Any help would be appreciated.

If I understood right what you want, it's the default behavior of nfs servers. 
However, use "man exports" and take a look at the root_squash and 
no_root_squash options.
 
 []'s
 Marcelo


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