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Re: Debian8 is not playing with Synology using NFS/CIFS

On 2017-08-08, Joerg Desch <news@jdesch.de> wrote:
> It drives me crazy. Really. The company I'm working for is switching from 
> a Dell server running Ubuntu to a Synology HA solution. On my desktop, 
> I'm using Debian 8 and only Debian (Yes I know, I can be lucky ;-)).
> My first try was to mount the new shares using NFS4 and.... taraa... 
> imapd. This fails because the ID mapping does not work. On both sides, 
> the (same) domain is inserted into "/etc/imapd.conf". Without any 
> changes. For now, I'm not really sure what ipmapd is for. A hoax? Fun?


 For NFSv4 ID mapping to work properly, both client and server must be running
 the idmapd ID Mapper daemon and have the same Domain configured in /etc/idmapd.conf.  

Did you look on the innertubes? This seems to be quite a
popular question. No help here, for instance?


If not I'm sorry for wasting your time.

> The second try was the ugly solution using CIFS. The bad insight this 
> morning... Synology disables the "unix extensions". The second... There 
> is no ID mapping too. My hope with CIFS was, that die total user and 
> group stuff is done using "names" and not IDs.
> So, if anybody out there is running a Synology server. Is there a working 
> solution to get uid/gip mapping, unix access flags and symlinks?
> I'm happy for every (positive) answer. ;-)

“Certitude is not the test of certainty.”
--Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

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