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7-mode NFS clients fail to mount or access Windows-style directories with CIFS auditing enabled

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Applies to

  • Product Model: FAS3250
  • OS: Data ONTAP 8.1.4P2 7-Mode

Issue

NFS clients fail to mount or access Windows-style directories when CIFS auditing is enabled.

Linux clients might report errors similar to the following:
touch: cannot touch `/mnt/xxxx': Permission denied

Controller log in /etc/messages will report similar logs:
Wed Sep 9 22:42:57 CST [XXXX-cn:wafl.ntacl.uid.mapping.fail:error]: User Identifier (UID) (0) to Windows Security Identifier (SID) mapping failed. Access is denied to NFSvX operation (v3 create) from host (X.X.X.X) because CIFS auditing is enabled

 

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