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I am trying to mount a folder "media" over the network as a nfs and cifs share by doing this.

At the Server side configuration of "/etc/exports"

/export/bins            *(rw,fsid=0,nohide,no_subtree_check,sync)
/export/bins/media       *(rw,sync,no_subtree_check)

At the Client side (System 1)

sudo mount -t nfs4 192.168.1.45:/media /mnt/mediaMountedNFS

At the Client side (System 2)

sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.1.45/media /mnt/mediaMountedCIFS -o username=kevin,password=pass1234 
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Scenario:

Create a folder "temp" from Server on "media" not accessible form "mediaMountedNfs",after the mount has occured.

media/temp --- > X ----> mediaMountedNfs/temp, cannot add or delete contents, Permission denied at the mediaMountedNfs/temp.

Solution : manually use

chown -R kevin:somegroup temp

Error Details : Permission Denied. Have to manually change the folder permissions every time I create a folder on the "media" folder. Occurs only with respect to the NFS.

Any way i can set the gid / uid of the folder and the sub folder to a specific value while being NFS shared? Or an solution to this ?

  • Your question is not clear: did you install/configure anything on the server side for samba? If not, you cannot mount a CIFS directory. – Marc Vanhoomissen Oct 30 '17 at 14:09
  • Samba works fine. Mentioned it because that fodler is also being shared as a cifs share.(can provide samba conf details if that is relevant). – Arun Dev Oct 31 '17 at 8:27

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