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Describes the best practices that should be followed while implementing NFSv4 components on AIX, Linux, or Solaris clients attached to systems running ONTAP.


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Posts about NFSv4 written by Justin Parisi. Using NFSv4.x ACLs with NFSv3 in NetApp ONTAP? TR NFSv4 Enhancements and Best Practices Guide: Data ONTAP Implementation ยท TR Parallel Network File System.


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Best Practice. NetApp recommends using timeo= for NFSv3 and timeo= for NFSv4. Capping the Size of Read and Write Operations. NFS clients.


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Ancillary protocols like mountd, portmapper, NLM, etc. Remember when I said if a bad actor stole information about the client, user, etc. For more information on NFSv4. As a result, it ballooned from pages to pages. This is less important to Kerberos and more important to NFSv4. As you can see above, the trace output gives a very clear picture about who tried to access the folder, which folder had the error and why the permission issued occurred. Principals include three different components. Otherwise, you can create static krb-unix name mappings in the SVM to map to whatever user you like.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} When a client attempts to send an authentication request to the cluster for an AS request or ST service ticket request, it has to map to a valid UNIX user. For example, if client If the SPN exists and matches the request, then the Kerberos request moves on to the next steps. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}NFS is a protocol that allows multiple clients communicate to a single storage endpoint as a way to share data across a network. Kerberos was named after Cerberus, the hound of Hades, which protected the gates of the underworld with its three heads of gnashing teeth. For example, this mount was done from client The mount trace command can also be used to figure out why mount failures may have occurred from clients. One of the most common causes of this is when a domain string is mismatched on the client and server. This KB covers it nicely:. It also allows you to keep using NFSv3 for your workloads, whether for legacy application or general performance concerns. Obviously, the error should refer to some permissions issue. For the ultimate in-flight security hammer for NFS, you would use krb5p. That makes it hard to do any sort of granular access control for NFSv3 mounts, presents problems for some environments. This is a quick list of things that have to be in place before you can expect Kerberos with NFS to work properly. Machine accounts can own principals. However, FreeIPA happens to use a wrapper over kadmin for KDC management and discourages the use of kadmin for management of service principals. If so, this solves a pretty big problem with NFSv3 in general, where your normal permissions are limited only to owner, group and then everyone else. Which do you support? When you set the trace level to 8, you can see successful mounts, as well as failures. That means all NFS packets will be encrypted with the enctype specified in the Kerberos configuration. Keytab files, when created using the domain join tools, will create multiple entries for Kerberos principals. Having no UPN on a machine account can create issues with some Linux services that use Kerberos keytab files to authenticate. I did say it was easy โ€” if the KDC is using standard kadmin. However, when data passes over the wire, packet sniffers are able to see identifying information like IP addresses, users, groups, permissions, file names, paths, etc. So, I decided to do that. When I set the option to enabled, the NFSv4. I set on the file, which shows up in NFSv3 mode bits:. Encryption types or enctypes are the level of encryption used for the Kerberos conversation. We can also leverage performance information from OnCommand Performance Manager top clients and per-client stats to see what volumes might be seeing large performance increases and work our way backward to see what clients are mounting what LIFs, nodes, volumes, etc. In most Linux KDCs, there was kadmin to manage things. The keytab file allows a client or server that is participating in an NFS mount to use their keytab to generate AS authentication service ticket requests. This is useful to troubleshoot why someone might be having access to a file or folder inside of a volume. The TR is a total of 43 pages, and only pages of that is the actual set up. This combines what krb5i does with in-flight encryption of all NFS packets. They want to funnel you to use the IPA tools โ€” likely for a good reason. Krb5 secures the initial authentication for NFS, but the actual NFS data packets are still transmitted in clear text across the wire. Users can own principals. Here are a few of the logging levels:. In a client that domain string is defined in the idmapd. This is especially true now, as IT organizations are focusing more and more on securing their data and Kerberos is one way to do that. The Kerberos ticket headquarters. Sometimes, it will default to the DNS domain. One of the more common issues seen with NFSv4. One is for local management kadmin. Unsupported enctypes will get discarded. Krb5i prevents this by using checksums on the client and server to verify that all the data arriving and leaving is coming from a trusted source. The client and KDC will negotiate the level of enctype used. Kerberos principals are objects within a KDC that can have tickets assigned. SVMs act as tenants within a cluster. At-rest security refers to security applied to data residing on the storage system, as well as the interaction between NFS client and NFS server to negotiate things like NFS version, identity, etc. Once the file is web-accessible, you run the kerberos interface enable command and use the -keytab-uri option to upload the keytab. This can help you understand your NAS workloads better. The UNIX user mapping will depend on what type of principal is coming in. As a bonus, you can see which data LIF has mounted to which client, to which volume! In Active Directory, domain controllers are KDCs and replicate to other DCs in the environment, which makes Active Directory an ideal platform to run Kerberos on due to ease of use and familiarity. Now, you can set different levels of debugging for mount traces via the cluster CLI without having to jump through hoops. The root homedir is set to , which means anyone can read them, but no one but the owner root can write to them. Try using the strongest first. The KDC is the central hub for Kerberos operations and is responsible for handing out Kerberos tickets to clients, users and services for authentication in a Kerberos realm. Again, TR would be a good place to start. Keytab files can make their way to clients one of two ways. In fact, by default, they lock things down pretty tight. NFS Kerberos has 3 methods that can be used to secure things. The auto-generated keytabs will also include multiple entries for each principal with different encryption types enctypes. These get set when adding computers to a domain including joining Linux clients , as well as when creating new users every user gets a UPN. For more complete steps on setting up NFSv4. This stores all the passwords, objects, etc. So that means, even though we gave full rights to that user in the kadm5. This file can be accessed via systemshell, or via the SPI interface. If I disable the option, the ACLs get blown away when a chmod is done:. If I left something out, feel free to remind me in the comments. The podcast is all finished and up for listening. In-flight security refers to securing the actual data packets in transit. Each provides an additional level of security, but also adds extra performance overhead. This automatically creates the service principal and transfers the keytab files. Other measures, such as Kerberos encryption , can help lock the NFS conversations down further. All of these kadmin commands require the proper privileges to run successfully. With NFS Kerberos, however, there are a ton of moving parts and not a ton of expertise that spans those moving parts. In some cases, the enctypes can cause Kerberos issues due to lack of support. However, the UPN is not created. This ID string is required to be case-sensitive. This varies depending on client and would be too involved to get into here. TR and TR can be of some guidance there, as well as a bevy of articles across the web. LDAP is used to centralize the UNIX identities for users and groups to ensure clients and servers have the same information all the time, without manual intervention. One of the reasons NFS4. ONTAP 9. Where it gets tricky is if you have to do a manual Kerberos configuration. If a bad actor were to plug in and sniff those data packets in flight, they could see everything. Note: Windows has UNIX attributes by default; prior to , you had to manually extend the schema. For more info on the differences, see:. Well, with krb5, that becomes harder to do.