Can NFS map different clients to different uid/gid?

Can NFS map different clients to different uid/gid?

Post by Xin Zha » Mon, 02 May 2005 15:20:11


If so, how to do that?

If not, why not? Any technical difficulties?

Thanks for your information!

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Can NFS map different clients to different uid/gid?

Post by Bodo Egger » Mon, 02 May 2005 19:10:10


Please write your question into the message body and read man 5 exports.
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Can NFS map different clients to different uid/gid?

Post by Ricky Bea » Sun, 08 May 2005 13:30:13


...

see also: rpc.ugidd

Unfortunately, it looks like ugidd went away years ago. It was also a
security concern, but then again, no more so than nfsd trusting the uid
in the request.

knfsd does not support this. Your best bet looks like gss/krb5, but I've
never used it. (I prefer to avoid NFS entirely, wherever possible)

--Ricky


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