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Old 14.04.2024, 21:57
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@wizhack: Thanks for sharing your findings and feedback. Would have been my next question to check if bash is available
check ownership/permission for the nfs share or mount that the docker user will be mapped to correct nfs user
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Old 14.04.2024, 23:22
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@wizhack: Thanks for sharing your findings and feedback. Would have been my next question to check if bash is available
check ownership/permission for the nfs share or mount that the docker user will be mapped to correct nfs user
Finally it's not a permission issues in the nfs share, its the way that mv command act.
so the mv command doesn't act like a normal bash command (for the folder part) so i have to find a way to move folder, the easy way would be:
mkdir in /mnt/4K with filename > cp file in the "newfolder" > rm -R old folder, dirty way in my opinions... if you have suggestions i'm open !
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