[quote=“bjharper”][quote=“gkzsolt”]~$ ls -ld /data/storage/urbackup/clients
drwxr-x— 1 urbackup whoopsie 8 Mar 3 04:10 /data/storage/urbackup/clients[/quote]
The commands shows that you have this directory set to a group owned by whoopsie (believe this is incorect as whoopsie handles crash reports and has nothing to do with urbackup or NFS)[/quote]
This is not something I set up. It is due to the fact that NFS sends UIDs and GIDs over the network, as I understand it. On the NFS server, the directory is owned by group ‘urbackup’, with GID 110. On the client host, GID 110 corresponds to the group ‘whoopsie’, that’s why it is there. What I did is only that I added my user to that group, to have access to it. I don’t know if this is good or bad, I am quite inexperienced in NFS sharing, so you might have a better solution…
[quote=""]make sure the higher level directories ie…
have access for the whoopsie group to be able to read & execute
All these directories have a 755 permission, so, despite the different owners, everybody can read and execute (browse) there. Only the dir with setting 750 was problematic.
I managed to access it finally, however, with this setting in /etc/exports:
I struggled a lot with the
setting (with no success), and I could not understand how these are supposed to work?
Thanks for pointing out, it seems it is not installed on my system.