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Data Ontap NFS and "no root squash"
Hi all



A customer using Linux is asking me how to have an export from a NetApp
volume with option "no root squash".

I've looked for it on NOW site with no luck



The only thing I normally do is to export with anon id=0, rw to some
hosts and root to others...



Help

Thanks in advance
RE: Data Ontap NFS and "no root squash" [ In reply to ]
export option

root= will allow root to read/write to that nfs mount

ie

/vol/myvol -sec=sys,rw=myhost,root=myhost


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-----Original Message-----
From: owner-toasters@mathworks.com on behalf of Milazzo Giacomo
Sent: Thu 11/15/2007 9:27 AM
To: toasters@mathworks.com
Subject: Data Ontap NFS and "no root squash"

Hi all



A customer using Linux is asking me how to have an export from a NetApp volume with option "no root squash".

I've looked for it on NOW site with no luck



The only thing I normally do is to export with anon id=0, rw to some hosts and root to others.



Help

Thanks in advance
RE: Data Ontap NFS and "no root squash" [ In reply to ]
Either one will work. anon=0 means anybody who is root on any client
with rw access. root= is more specific.

Peter

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From: Milazzo Giacomo [mailto:G.Milazzo@sinergy.it]
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2007 9:27 AM
To: toasters@mathworks.com
Subject: Data Ontap NFS and "no root squash"



Hi all



A customer using Linux is asking me how to have an export from a NetApp
volume with option "no root squash".

I've looked for it on NOW site with no luck



The only thing I normally do is to export with anon id=0, rw to some
hosts and root to others...



Help

Thanks in advance