Hello again guys,
I’m facing another issue now, concerning the NFS shares. Even through the forum, and articles I found (like https://wiki.univention.de/index.php/NFSv4_with_UCS or https://wiki.univention.de/index.php/Cool_Solution_-_NFS_with_UCS) I’m not able to make it works.
On my NFS server, I got this in the /etc/exports file :
“/home/my.name/” -rw,root_squash,sync,subtree_check * # LDAP:cn=nfsmyname,cn=smb.my.domain,cn=shares,dc=my,dc=domain
This share has not IP limitation at the moment.
When I try to mount it like this :
sudo mount -t nfs4 smb.my.domain:/home/my.name/ /home/my.name/nfs -o sec=krb5 (or without krb5 option, still the same)
I got the following error on the client side :
mount.nfs4: access denied by server while mouting smb.my.domain:/home/my.name/
But on the server side, in my /var/syslog I got this message :
Apr 2 17:46:01 smb rpc.mountd: authenticated mount request from 172.17.40.98:966 for /home/my.name (/home/my.name)
So currently, I tried different ways to do this, my SAMBA shares works perfectly, but I’m not able to make the NFS shares work. And honestly, I’m a little lost between the different articles from Univention about how to configure/mount NFS, there’s not a straight documentation for this.
Thanks for your help !