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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-05-03T10:10:42Z by ufa
ufa
ufa
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Pinned topic any way to restrict root access to remote FS (like in NFS)?

‏2013-05-02T14:07:34Z |

Hello,

I am not very optimistic to get a positive response, but ask anyway (because having been asked by someone else):

Is there a way to restrict root access to a remote (x cluster mounted) file system (as in Linux NFS by using root_squash)?

ufa

  • dlmcnabb
    dlmcnabb
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    Re: any way to restrict root access to remote FS (like in NFS)?

    ‏2013-05-02T16:00:45Z  

    On the mmauth command there is an option "-r uid:gid" which will remap root id coming from the remote cluster to the specified uid:gid values. Use "-r no" to turn of the remapping.

  • dlmcnabb
    dlmcnabb
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    Re: any way to restrict root access to remote FS (like in NFS)?

    ‏2013-05-02T16:00:45Z  

    On the mmauth command there is an option "-r uid:gid" which will remap root id coming from the remote cluster to the specified uid:gid values. Use "-r no" to turn of the remapping.

  • ufa
    ufa
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    Re: any way to restrict root access to remote FS (like in NFS)?

    ‏2013-05-03T10:10:42Z  
    • dlmcnabb
    • ‏2013-05-02T16:00:45Z

    On the mmauth command there is an option "-r uid:gid" which will remap root id coming from the remote cluster to the specified uid:gid values. Use "-r no" to turn of the remapping.

    Thanks a lot (and sorry for not having seen that myself).

    ufa