I am testing the new NFS-server with Kerberos ,and interaction with Nfs-client, all based
on Ubuntu-16.04 and sssd-13.4.
I have got a systematic "Permission denied" for owner accessing home directory ,
mounted on Nfs-client, with right permissions and right nfsidmapping.
In the syslog on the Nfs-server I found following messages - coming when resolving
machine's principal name , and the file owner's principal name :
rpc.svcgssd: nfs4_gss_princ_to_ids: calling sss_nfs->princ_to_ids
rpc.svcgssd: sss_nfs_princ_to_ids: not implemented
The strange thing is, that during login process I can mount homedir with right permissions
and the right nfs name mapping !
kernel version for both , NFs-server/client is 4.4.0-31-generic #50 -Ubuntu;
The same Nfs-client mounts home directory from the old server (NFS+Kerberos, sssd-12.5)
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