[Users] ISO datastore, permission denied
Blaster at 556nato.com
Mon Dec 23 17:08:08 UTC 2013
On 12/23/2013 10:07 AM, Sander Grendelman wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 4:56 PM, Blaster <Blaster at 556nato.com
> <mailto:Blaster at 556nato.com>> wrote:
> My NFS server is Solaris 11.1, ZFS storage.
> I'm a bit confused now, is the NFS server linux or Solaris? ZFS or BTRFS?
ISOs are on a Solaris 11.1 NFS server.
> If I copy the ISO directly to the directory it works fine. What
> am I missing?
> Maybe selinux labeling?
> What happens if you (temporarily!) set selinux to permissive with
> "setenforce 0"?
That fixed it....What's going on? I can su - vdsm and do an md5sum on
all the ISOs. Why can't they be accessed via ovirt?
I have a local datastore on the same volume in another directory tree
that's working just fine.
Why is selinux allowing local access, but not NFS via symlink? getsebool
shows virt_use_nfs --> on. What other label do I need?
Thanks for the help!
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