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NFS needs LUM...??? OES2 Sp1 Linux

Hi,

We have possix enabled user accounts.
i.e Possix attributes in eDirectory (using Native access on Netware this
works fine...)

Do I have to LUM enable the accounts to be able to access files on NSS
volumes via NFS (OES2 SP1 Linux)

So we just want to have the users (Novell Home Directory) presented via NFS

root mounts the NSS volume. (during boot) this works fine...

When the User logs in, they are getting Stale Handle error's

When I look in the server messages log it says the user id can't be
found with LUM..

So if I do have to enable LUM for all users in the tree what is the best
way?? One massive Group of 11,000 users.. Can we use Dynamic groups..

Thanks for any help

Pete..
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Re: NFS needs LUM...??? OES2 Sp1 Linux

> Do I have to LUM enable the accounts to be able to access files on NSS
> volumes via NFS (OES2 SP1 Linux)


Yes.

>
> So we just want to have the users (Novell Home Directory) presented via NFS
>
> root mounts the NSS volume. (during boot) this works fine...
>
> When the User logs in, they are getting Stale Handle error's
>
> When I look in the server messages log it says the user id can't be
> found with LUM..
>
> So if I do have to enable LUM for all users in the tree what is the best
> way?? One massive Group of 11,000 users.. Can we use Dynamic groups..



I'm no expert on this, but would suggest splitting the 11,000 users into
smaller groups and adding them to the UnixWorkstationObject. Dynamic
Groups ... hmmm not sure.

Regards,
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