I am trying for the sake fo preparing for RHCE exam to set up secure NFS mounting between two VMs running CentOS7 and one thing (among others) i noticed was the absence of nfs-secure-server. Even yum provides says it can't find the package that contains the server.
I am meeting a slew of issues, for now I am blaming homebrew Kerberos keytabs but maybe something else is at fault for the "access denied" message.
So, anyone knows what happened to nfs-secure-server? Would that be a factor in "access denied" when trying to mount Kerberized NFS share?
On RHEL 7.1, the nfs-secure-server service became a static service and as a result can no longer be enabled. Which version of RHEL do you use? I wonder if it's been removed altogether.
on 7.1 and 7.2 it is started by nfs-server - from the client side its started by nfs-client.target
Assuming all the krb5.keytab's are present
The current RHCE exam is based on RH 7.0 Version. This is stated in the Exam Objectives as per this link
This exam and the exam objectives provided here are based on the Red Hat®Enterprise Linux® 7.0 version of the exam.
This is one of the differences between RH7.0 and later versions
Hope that helps you in prepping for your exam.