I am in the process of trying to install WebEx Social 3.1.
One thing I am struggling with is the guidance around the NFS server requirements. Is there anything more robust out there? The guidance specifies owners of the NFS shares but does not specify usernames/passwords etc… it all just feels a bit lightweight :S
Can anyone provide any more guidance here at all?
Thanks in advance!
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Sorry for the delay in responding. Our Webex Social expert shared the following reply:
You don't need to setup users on the NFS server. Just follow the steps provided and it will work. We use User and Group IDs specified in the Docs to access various directories on NFS, hence the need to grant ownership of various folders to those UID/GID's.
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