Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 430591
NFSv3 mounts default to sec=NULL (AUTH_NULL), not sec=sys (AUTH_UNIX)
Last modified: 2009-01-09 02:54:13 EST
Description of problem:
Using F8 to mount old FC2 NFSv3 server export. Mount succeeds, but accesses act
as if squash_all is enabled. FC6 clients work fine, using same fstab entry.
Account info shared by NIS, working properly. tcpdumps show that F8 has a
default of AUTH_NULL in NFS RPC, instead of AUTH_UNIX as stated in the
'sec=mode' section of nfs(5)
AUTH_NULL is fairly useless :)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fully updated system as of today, with nfs-utils-1.1.0-6.fc8 and
every time, any user
Steps to Reproduce:
1. disable krb5 stuff
2. mount nfs v3 export with no sec= option
SELinux is disabled, in case that matters.
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