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only 24 files per folder on linux OES9 nfs-server

Hello NG,
I do not find a solution for the following problem.
On a Linux OES9, SP2, up to date, runs a nfs-server, which shared
directories from nss-volumes. Any nfs-client can mount this shares, but I
see not all files, only 24 files per folder.
Have anyone a idea?

Stefan


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Re: only 24 files per folder on linux OES9 nfs-server

On Sat, 17 Mar 2007 19:14:37 +0000, news.dell.com wrote:

> Hello NG,
> I do not find a solution for the following problem. On a Linux OES9, SP2,
> up to date, runs a nfs-server, which shared directories from nss-volumes.
> Any nfs-client can mount this shares, but I see not all files, only 24
> files per folder. Have anyone a idea?


I'm not sure what would cause that. Remember the novell rights are still
applied by NSS - could it be the way you've got them set up?

--
Mark Robinson
Novell Volunteer SysOp
www.nds8.co.uk
One by one the penguins steal my sanity...

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Re: only 24 files per folder on linux OES9 nfs-server


"Mark Robinson" <mark.robinson@no.spam.please.nds8.co.uk> schrieb im
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> On Sat, 17 Mar 2007 19:14:37 +0000, news.dell.com wrote:
>
>> Hello NG,
>> I do not find a solution for the following problem. On a Linux OES9, SP2,
>> up to date, runs a nfs-server, which shared directories from nss-volumes.
>> Any nfs-client can mount this shares, but I see not all files, only 24
>> files per folder. Have anyone a idea?

>
> I'm not sure what would cause that. Remember the novell rights are still
> applied by NSS - could it be the way you've got them set up?
>

Meantime, I have installed 5 servers with the normal cd installation
procedure and updated with rug.
All servers have the same symptom. I am sure, the NSS rights are correct.

The problem is: If I have fewer than 24 files in the folder all files are
visible.But, if I put more than 24 files into this folder some files of
these aren't visible now. Instead of the missing old files are now some of
the new files visible. However you can always see 24 files in total.

Stefan


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