On Thu, Feb 17, 2000 at 04:23:05PM +0100, Richard van den Berg wrote:
> $ man 5 exports
> By default, nfsd tries to obtain the anonymous uid and gid
> by looking up user nobody in the password file at startup
> time. If it isn't found, a uid and gid of -2 (i.e. 65534)
> is used. These values can also be overridden by the
> anonuid and anongid options.
> Guess you have to edit /etc/exports to change the behaviour.
He is looking for the no_root_squash export option which disables uid /
gid remapping as you describe above. Like:
# cat /etc/exports