The following sections provide solution to the problems you might encounter while using the Orchestration Console:
Orchestration Agent Fails to Set the UID on Files Copied from the Datagrid
For example, on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) NFS server or on a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) NFS server, the NFS configuration is set in /etc/exports. The following configuration is needed to disable root squashing:
In this example, /auto/home is the NFS mounted directory to be shared.
NOTE:The GID is not set for files copied from the datagrid to an NFS mounted volume, whether root squashing is disabled or not. This is a limitation of NFS.