On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 07:35:03PM +0100, Christian Schrötter wrote:
> Hi all,
> first of all let me explain my current Linux-VServer setup:
> * Raspberry Pi with Raspbian Wheezy.
> * Custom 3.2.51 kernel with 220.127.116.11 VS patches.
> * Everything stored on a single SDHC-card.
> Maybe it's a little bit strange but it's running smoothly
> since 2012 :-)
Sounds normal to me :)
> Today I tried to move a VServer directory to a NFS share.
> The NFS server is located on a Debian/armel machine with
> ext4 fs.
> I created /vservers.nfs for this purpose and mounted the
> NFS share.
What NFS version and how was it mounted?
> I selected a ClamAV/ClamSMTP guest for this test case.
>> vserver example stop
>> mv /vservers/example /vservers/example.bkp
>> cp -av /vservers/example.bkp /vservers.nfs/example
>> ln -s /vservers.nfs/example /vservers/example
>> vserver example start
> Nothing special here, everything is starting – looks fine! However:
>> clamav error: /var/spool/clamsmtp/clamsmtpd.xxx: Access denied. ERROR
>> clamav error: /var/spool/clamsmtp/clamsmtpd.xxx: lstat() failed:
>> Permission denied. ERROR
> The directory [/vservers.nfs/example]/var/spool/clamsmtp is
> owned by clamsmtp:clamsmtp (102:104) on the guest and only
> readable by user/group (0750).
> The user "clamav" is a member of the "clamsmtp" group. I've
> double-checked the permissions but the user "clamav" can't
> access the directory.
> The only solution is a chmod(755). Maybe I missed something or
> misconfigured one part. When moving back to the local stored
> vdir everything works as expected.
Can you create a world writeable directory, and from
within the guest, create a file inside this directory
and list ownership for that on the server and from
inside the guest?
> * Is it even possible to use a NFS share?
Yes, has been working for quite some time here and
for other folks out there.
> * Any ideas how I could fix it?
Let's see what we have first ...
> With kind regards,
> Christian Schrötter
Received on Sat Mar 15 20:02:13 2014