I'm attempting to configure my NFS Ganesha installation with nfsidmap,
using local usernames. This is a home environment using trusted hosts and
no central authentication yet, so I'm finding a lot of documentation on NFS
Ganesha in enterprise environments, or in environments which accommodate
self-compiling it with different configure flags.
Right now, I have nfsidmap configured on my Ganesha server and on my NFS
client, with matching domains, and users with matching names, but different
UIDs on each. I have set the option nfs4_disable_idmapping=N (which
disables idmapping when sec=sys) for nfsd and nfs on the server and client
respectively. But files created from the client maintain the client user's
UID when inspected on CephFS, rather than being translated to the server
I can't seem to figure out what configure flags the version in the CentOS
SIG repo has, nor what the requirements are to allow Ganesha to use
nfsidmap, nor what logging to enable to debug the process. Is there current
documentation or a guide on interactions between the two, so that I can
narrow down my issue?
Thanks in advance, and warm wishes,
I recently did an update of our system and my NFS export has become
extremely unstable. It will work for a few minutes, but then stopsThe
ganesha.log file shows the following messages:
ganesha.nfsd-43423[dbus_heartbeat] nfs_health :DBUS :WARN :Health status is unhealthy. enq new: 116158, old: 116157; deq new: 116148, old: 116148
When I do a systemctl status -l I see:
For each of the servers in the set, but a ping of the server responds
I haven't been able to find online an explanation of the problem.
Could anyone help ?
Here are the current software version numbers:
O/S: CentOS Linux release 7.6.1810
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