Mark Hunting wrote:
>>> Hello list,
>>> I am using several vserver guests on a single machine. These vserver
>>> guests must be able to access different NFSv4 exports on my NFS server.
>>> Normally I write in /etc/exports on my NFS server which clients (IP
>>> addresses) have access to which NFS exports. But now the problem: the
>>> vserver guests all use the host's primary IP address, not their 'own'
>>> secondary one. All mounts are coming from the same IP address, so I
>>> can't filter on IP address in my exports file.
>>> Is there a way to create the NFS mounts using a vserver guest's IP
>>> address? I found the clientaddr option on the mount man page, but that
>>> doesn't do what I'm looking for unfortunately.
>>> I am using Debian Etch, kernel 2.6.18-5-amd64.
>>> Many thanks,
>> fstab.remote may help you here..
> Thanks for your answer Martin. In fact I already use fstab.remote, but
> how do I use it to create the NFS mount from the Vserver guest's IP
> address? It now just uses the Vserver host's primary IP address.
Ahh ok.. it was just a thought.
What happens if you follow the other example listed there, i.e. grant
capabilites and mount within the vserver. That should give you the
correct client IP address I would think, it appears to be doing that for me.
Received on Wed Jan 23 13:50:08 2008