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 NFS : problems with file permissions
Hi All,

Ive several disks of my server mounted on my clients. Everything
works fine, except the umask of files. On a local machine a user
can create a file or directory, and it will get the file creation
mask specified by umask, e.g. umask=0002 and the directory is 775.
But as soon as the user is working on a nfs volume, and he creates
a directory or file, the file permissions are different, e.g. using
the same options like above the directory has permissions 755.

I'm not an system administrator but I have to do it, so could anyone
give me some help on this? Is there an option I'll have to use when
mounting the nfs disks?

regards,

 Joerg



 Mon, 29 Nov 2004 23:08:04 GMT   
 NFS : problems with file permissions

I found something in a mailing list:

http://www.geocrawler.com/archives/3/789/2001/8/0/6508093/

Regards, Joerg.



 Tue, 30 Nov 2004 20:06:22 GMT   
 
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