On 3 May 2000, Trond Myklebust wrote:
> Sounds like a caching issue. Is root the user who's supposed to be
> denied access? If so, it's a 'feature, not a bug' since under NFSv2,
> there is no way of detecting root squashing on the client side.
No, it's a more general issue.
For example, I have a file, illinois.html that has modes 644, I have the
XBitHack enabled in Apache. I want to use SSI in this file so I change the
modes to 754, the Linux box which has the web server on it and is mounting the
file system via NFS from a SunOS 4.1.4 box, still sees mode 644 unless I do a
touch on the file, then it sees the new permissions.
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