How to Prevent “Permissions Denied” Issue When Deploying Components to a Cluster with an NFS GDS

When deploying LC components through LCM on JBoss Cluster running on RH Linux with a NFS GDS permissions denied error is thrown and deployment fails. This is seen even though the user starting the app.server has been granted read and write permissions to the GDS.
The following error is seen in LCM logs -
[2009-09-02 12:27:58,159], SEVERE, Thread-7, com.adobe.livecycle.lcm.feature.deployment.DeployDSCsTask, Task failed com.adobe.livecycle.lcm.core.LCMException[ALC-LCM-030-200]: Failed to deploy component
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Caused by: com.adobe.idp.DocumentError: java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 500 for URL: http://10.8.224.110:9080/DocumentManager

In Server log the following error is seen -
com.adobe.idp.DocumentError: java.io.IOException: Permission denied
Cause – the issue happens if the netapp level permissions for this share are set to “NTFS” or “UNIX”.
Resolution – The permissions at the netapp level for the GDS share should be set to “mixed” instead of “NTFS” or “UNIX”.

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About Ameeth Palla

Ameeth Palla is a Technical Account Manager for the Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform team. Previously he was in the role of a Technical Expert for LiveCycle for the the Technical Response Team (what is now the Sr.Support Architect role). In both roles, Ameeth handled several technical issues for various customers and worked closely to aid with Sales POC's, Development/Implementation and Manitenance of LiveCycle/ADEP Projects. In the current role he handles several high profile customer accounts and provides guidance in all aspects of LiveCycle/ADEP. Also he is a Certified LiveCycle ES2.5 Process Management Expert. He was nominated for the 'Adobe Founders Award' and the 'Excellence Matters' award for LiveCycle/ADEP BU.
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