If a user must have the functionality of being in more than 16 groups and if Solaris 2.5 is running on the NFS server and the NFS clients, then use ACLs to provide the needed access privileges.
NFS failover does not work on file systems that are mounted read-write.
I have a lot of problems with it, lot of omv-extras plugins are not working, some are buggy ...
EDIT : First af all I changed the path to " /export/Shared Directory" After few tests...
I got some weird problems : Now on the RPI, I can Access one of the three shared folders (ONLY when i am logged as root) (the two others : Permission Denied), I can make a Folder in it, then on my Windows PC, i can see the created folder but can't go in it (Do not have the permissions)...
NFS is intended to allow a computer to access files over a network as if they were on a local disk.
It achieves this via a client-server interface, where one machine exports a drive or portion of a drive, and another machine mounts the export locally.
This message is often created when the services information in the name space has not been updated. To fix this problem, you must update the services data in the name space.
For NIS the entries should be: This error can be caused by many situations.
Network File System (NFS) is a distributed file system protocol originally developed by Sun Microsystems in 1984, allowing a user on a client computer to access files over a network in a manner similar to how local storage is accessed. It is highly recommended to use a time sync daemon to keep client/server clocks in sync.
Without accurate clocks on all nodes, NFS can introduce unwanted delays.
If I manually try to add a folder by typing it in, it does nothing.