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    Unable to change uid/gid mapping of bind mounted nfs folder

    I've mounted an NFS share on my Proxmox host, and I want to bind mount it inside several containers. But all the files belong to "nobody" and "nogroup". That alone is confusing, I thought the IDs would just be 100.000 higher than on the host? But while on the host the files belong to UID 1001...
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    lxc.idmap for multiple LXC containers

    Hi there, On PVE host I have users guyf uid:gid 1001:1001 eveline uid:gid 1002:1002 urbackup uid:gid 1005:1005 qnap gid 1003 I have several containers running... container 114 is used for urbackup with user urbackup uid/gid = 115:115 container 115 is used for motioneye where guyf runs...
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    lxc.idmap - home directory nobody nogroup

    Howdy... I just added a disk to proxmox host, making it available to a container through the following configuration (precisely through the 6 lxc.idmap lines): arch: amd64 cores: 2 features: nesting=1 hostname: nxt memory: 8192 mp0: /media/hdd,mp=/media/nasdisk net0...


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