Thanks a lot. Sorry for asking something mentioned in a FAQ
I'll get me the FAQ now.
The answer as Hal Stern correctly was the first to point out:
make sure that root is not in more than 8 groups on your
solaris client -- the client credentials could contain too
big a group entry for the SOSS server.
Casper Dik says:
The solaris FAQ says:
5.10) I get ``Invalid client credential'' when mounting filesystem on
Solaris client from non-Sun fileserver.
Some vendors still ship a version of RPC/NFS that allows at
most 8 groups in the client credentials. Root on Solaris is by
default in 10 groups. As a result, the Solaris 2.x mount
command will send AUTH_UNIX credentials that are too big to
cope with for the remote mount daemon resulting in the ``Invalid
client credential'' error.
Workaround: put root and all your users in 8 or less groups.
NOTE: You must logout and login again for changes in the number
of groups to take effect. (or exit root's shell and re-su)
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Hal Stern - NE Area Systems Engineer
Richard Hellier firstname.lastname@example.org
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