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manuals:vps:vpsadminos [2019/10/22 18:48]
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manuals:vps:vpsadminos [2019/11/10 12:04] (current)
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 UID/GID maps for VPS and NAS datasets, which will let each member to isolate UID/GID maps for VPS and NAS datasets, which will let each member to isolate
 his own VPS and yet share some chosen range of user/group IDs. his own VPS and yet share some chosen range of user/group IDs.
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-The user namespace significantly changes how you can share data between VPS 
-and NAS. At the moment, it is **not possible** to mount NAS to a VPS running 
-on a vpsAdminOS node so that you'd have access to the data. This will become 
-possible when custom UID/GID maps are properly implemented. 
  
 ==== General ==== ==== General ====
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 ===== Behaviour changes in vpsAdmin ===== ===== Behaviour changes in vpsAdmin =====
  
 +  * NAS and snapshots are not accessed using vpsAdmin [[manuals:​vps:​vpsadminos:​storage|mounts,​ but NFS exports]]
   * Reinstalling VPS on vpsAdminOS no longer deletes subdatasets and does not reset its configuration to the initial state, e.g. VPS features remain as they were.   * Reinstalling VPS on vpsAdminOS no longer deletes subdatasets and does not reset its configuration to the initial state, e.g. VPS features remain as they were.
   * VPS features: bridge, iptables and NFS aren't configurable,​ they'​re always on.   * VPS features: bridge, iptables and NFS aren't configurable,​ they'​re always on.
manuals/vps/vpsadminos.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/10 12:04 by Aither