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The user is mythtv. Im writing to an nfs. The nfs shows the files
being owned by nfsnobody and lately by 109 whoever that is.
Deleting worked fine before I switched to sl61. Excuse ant typos Im
writing this one handed with a grumpy 3 month old in my lap!<font color="#888888"></font></div></blockquote><div><br><br>To keep permissions properly synced between the server and client with NFS, you need to make sure the server and client have the same UID/GID settings. So the NFS server you are connecting to needs a "mythtv" user with the same uid/gid combo as the client. Could it be as simple as that? Your OS change could have changed some security settings in NFS as well. I doubt this has anything at all to do with myth itself and is all about NFS and file permissions. <br>