On Tue, Jul 17, 2007 at 03:35:20PM +0100, Ben Brown wrote:
> I'm having a very strange problem with vserver, and can't find any
> information on google etc.
> I have a host machine with a vserver, running the debian vserver
> kernel (linux-image-2.6.18-4-vserver-686) on debian etch.
> The host machine is mounting an nfs share, in a location within the
> vserver root, e.g. /local/vservers/foo/share
> Every now and then, some users in the vserver can see other user's
> files. This is fixed for a brief period of time by rebooting the host
> box, but it always returns.
> It is not always happening for the same users, and it is only ever a
> small group of users (about 20 or so out of around 7000) each time.
I don't know what options the debian folks used
for their kernel, but maybe NFS tagging is
enabled in your client (host) but not on the
filer, which might cause some confusion ...
also, if that dir is indeed shared, you actually
want to disable the tagging for this mount
> Has anyone experinced anything like this, or does anyone have any
> ideas I can try?
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Received on Wed Jul 18 16:12:23 2007