cliebow at midmaine.com cliebow at midmaine.com
Sat Feb 25 23:38:43 UTC 2006

nfs is shiney about hostnmame to ip resolution...everything seem ok there??

> Hi,
> I am currently running a LTSP setup for 60 users. The /home directory
> and data is provided to the terminalserver via NFS. However, NFS is
> giving me headaches. Sometimes access to all files and directories on
> the NFS server is being denied. I cannot figure out why this happens.
> The problem arises very infrequently. I reinstalled the whole file- and
> terminalserver. The software on the servers is up to date now. The
> problem happened with the old installation, which was 2 years old, and
> it still exists in the new installation. The problem goes away after a
> few minutes and everything works smoothly again. The fileserver is also
> running Samba. User accounts are stored centrally in a LDAP database.
> UIDs/GIDs match on both servers. Users are in no more than 13 groups
> max.
> 1. Has anyone experienced similar issues with NFS?
> 2. Is it possible to use Samba/CIFS instead of NFS in a setup like this
> ? Can anyone comment on possiblity, stability, etc. ? One of the nice
> things about using NFS is that I only need to mount the share once at
> system startup. Can something like that be archived when using CIFS and
> ACLs maybe ? Help would be very much appreciated.
> Thanks in advance.
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> Daniel Bramkamp
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