Here is my problem:
I share a directory via NFS using this command:
share -o ro=host.domain.com,rw /dir
The NFS server is using only DNS so I am fairly sure the
fully qualified name is required. I mount the directory
on the specified client and it is given read-write privs.
It looks like it is ignoring the ro= and giving the host
the max permissions. Note that if I get rid of the read-
write, as such:
share -o ro=host.domain.com /dir
then the client can mount the directory and it is read-
only. Of course, then nobody else can mount it.
So how do I share read-only to one host yet let everyone
else mount it read-write? This is simply a technical
question... my reasons are unimportant and I am not for
alternatives to NFS.
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