[asterisk-users] recording not working to NFS

cio-alves at playerschool.edu cio-alves at playerschool.edu
Sun Oct 17 14:59:58 CDT 2021

I did test manually and the NFS mount works fine. I do create a 
directory and it shows at the server.
I am using containers, indeed. How can it be affecting Asterisk that I 
am using LXC containers?

On 2021-10-16 11:34, Dave Platt wrote:
>> I did not explain myself well, for this I apologize.
>> The files never appear on the NFS mount, only in the local drive.
>> Restarting Asterisk with the mount on does not fix it.
>> Asterisk simply ignores the mount and writes to the local drive.
>> But the mount is fine, I can create a dir and it appears on the other
>> side, so NFS is fine.
>> Any idea?
> That's a bit bizarre.  I had first though that this might be a problem
> if you were to start Asterisk before mounting the share... Asterisk
> might have opened the message directory when it started, and then
> doing directory-relative file creation and moves.  But, you say that
> restarting Asterisk doesn't change the behavior.
> On your system, are you using containers, or namespaces, or etc.?  You
> might be accidentally setting up an environment in which the NFS mount
> isn't being "seen" by the environment in which Asterisk is running.
> It might also be worth checking if you can manually create files in
> the shared location when running as the same user-ID/group-ID as
> Asterisk is configured to use.  You might be seeing some sort of odd
> permissions-based problem.

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