I'm not sure what to add. NFSv3 uses a random port for the server, and
uses a service named portmapper so that clients can find the port of the
server. Connecting to the portmapper requires a privileged container.
With docker, this is done with the --privileged option. I don't know
how to do it with other systems.
NFSv4 doesn't use portmapper, it uses a well-known port, so it can be
run in a non-privileged container fine, as long as you're not using FSAL
VFS (which needs a privileged container for another reason), NFSv4 works
On 2/23/21 9:56 PM, louis_zhu(a)outlook.com wrote:
Can you give me more details, i have same issue use NFSv3 mount.
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