nfs (Network File System) created by Sun Microsystems. NFS allows a client system to access network files as if local.

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How do I rename files with strange characters

I have file with greek or cyrillic characters. It is not owned by me, but by the web server user (www). I cannot use the shell as the web server user (www) or as root, but I've used a script ...
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Why is ls command slow to interrupt on NFS directory with lots of files?

I noticed in directories with lots of files on NFS if I do ls * then hit Ctrl-C it can take a while ( say 20 seconds ) before ls comes back. Why? Can ls command be fixed to be more responsive?
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NFS mounting wrong File System

I have followed this How To ( https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo ). My machine has a file system 30GB and other File System of 1TB mounted on /backup As this How To says to create a ...
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How to delete this undeletable directory?

I untarred a corrupt tar file, and managed to end up with some directory that I can not delete, If I try to delete it, it seems like it can not be found, but ls shows it's present, both with bash and ...
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system lock up when storage go offline when using nfs mount options bg,hard,nointr

I had the following mount option defined on my system. In the event of any storage outage would these (bg,hard,nointr) causes to lock the console access? storage:/vol/myvol on /test type nfs ...
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Give a user the permission to access files in a directory

I have mounted a volume from NAS storage to my Solaris 10 machine using NFS. I want to give read/write permission for a user to the directories and subdirectories and files. I have tried setfacl -m ...
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Booting a Raspberry Pi from an NFS share

I am trying to boot my Raspberry Pi using an NFS share. I have copied the boot partition of the Raspbian Wheezy image to the SD card and copied the root partition to a networked hard drive. I have ...
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nfsd fails to start: modprobe: FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.18-238.1.1.el5/modules.dep: No such file or directory

Before asking, here are some system specs: [root@SERVER ~]# cat /etc/*release **##############CARS build log for cars20-rhel-x86_64############## Date: Mon Feb 28 20:06:05 PST 2011 Builder: ...
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Vagrant: failed to mount nfs shared folder (mount.nfs: Operation not permitted)

Vagrant throws error message: ==> default: Mounting NFS shared folders... mount -o 'vers=3,udp' 192.168.33.1:'/home/xxx/vagrant/www' /home/www mount.nfs: Operation not permitted ssh to the ...
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Understanding Kerberized NFSv4 Authorization

Articles such as this one seem to point out that Kerberizing NFS(v4) mounts not only prevents machines without a Kerberos service ticket from mounting the shared directory but also uses the user's ...
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Why Nethogs won't see the PID of the processes the generating some NFS traffic?

I usually use Nethogs to see the network bandwidth per process. However, Nethogs won't see the PID of the processes generating some NFS traffic, and as a result they are aggregated over one single ...
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Red Hat with rpc.statd is not running and can't start nfslock

I try to mount from Linux machine to some folder on a Windows machine. From the output I see that mount complains about rpc.statd. So I tried to start the nfslock but I got FAILED. Then I look on ...
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Built the kernel with NFS support but not getting /dev/nfs

I'm trying to build kernel 3.13.9, fetched using apt-get source, and built in a clean debootstrap chroot (both host and chroot being installations of Ubuntu Trusty). My goal is to boot a diskless ...
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ls shows a timestamp with no time for a file on NFS

When we create a file on Linux we notice that the timestamp is not visible and the stat on the file shows a time in future, the filesystem is an NFS mount, has anyone seen this before? ...
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Mount windows share

I've just literally spent about 2 hours trying to simply mount a windows share on linux. Mounting with cifs causes deadly hangs as discussed here. So I tried to mount via nfs as discussed in this ...
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Ran out of inodes on NFS

I have a RHEL 6 box with an NFS mount, mounted using autofs. I copied a big folder, with a lot of small files there, and used up all of my inodes, but I still have 80% of my storage space left, this ...
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How to set a callback to NFS to allow scripting?

The context I have two servers: a NAS and a client server. They are both small machines (Raspberry, OLinuXino) and are plugged to the same power strip (which has a power button). The client server ...
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NFS file owner(uid) = 4294967294, can't do much with my mount, How do I fix this?

I have a somewhat strange setup going on here, I have Android as the client and it's kernel does not support NFSv4, also my /etc/exports file on the server side has no NFSv4 style entries. I am ...
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NFS Automount/HARD mount sharing top directory

In Linux, is it possible to "hard mount" a directory under an automounted directory? For example: /top_dir/fred (automounted) /top_dir/jane (automounted) /top_dir/software (hard mounted) ...
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Determining which version of the NFS protocol is in use by a mounted NFS filesystem

I mounted an NFS filesytem from the shell using the code: LINE='nfs.francky.me:/export/beatdb /beatdb nfs tcp,intr,rw 0 0' grep "$LINE" /etc/fstab >/dev/null || echo $LINE >> /etc/fstab ...
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Why does chmod require disk space? Not-in-place algorithm?

I try to chmod some files and I get the error "disk quota exceeded": It's true that I don't have that much space remaining in the filesystem where I use chmod, ...
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Mounting NFS: owners are nobody:nogroup

I mounted an NFS filesytem from the shell using the code: LINE='nfs.mit.edu:/export/evodesign/beatdb /beatdb nfs tcp,intr,rw 0 0' grep "$LINE" /etc/fstab >/dev/null || echo $LINE >> ...
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How to mount NFS shares via /etc/fstab - Access denied by server while mounting

I am trying to mount a NFS share to my OpenSUSE 13.1 Server on startup using /etc/fstab file with the following entry: l00nim10:/export/werk/ /home/smbshares/nimshare_03/ nfs vers=3 0 ...
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NFS: share with all clients except one

I want to share a folder with all the network's clients except only one. This is my current /etc/exports file: /opt/resources *(rw,async) What should I add to prevent the client 192.168.1.24 ...
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NFS, CIFS, and permissions

If you copy files from an NFS mount to a CIFS mount on a different server, will the permissions be retained? I am a little unclear how the file permissions work in these 2 filesystems. It seems like ...
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How to follow symlinks in NFS?

I have different disks with pictures /media/drive1/pictures/ /media/drive2/pictures/ /media/drive3/pictures/ /media/drive4/pictures/ # ... I have a folder called share which has symlinks for every ...
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NFS file with same name but different content depending on host

I have cluster using NFS with a program myprogram which writes to a fixed location, e.g. /home/sharedfs/somedir/somefile.txt. This means that if you run myprogram from each node, they all write to the ...
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mount.cifs vs NFSv3 for data shared between 2 Web servers

When having two RHEL 6 Linux servers separated by a load balancer serving Tomcat and Apache content, if the data is shared between the 2 servers via a network locally-mounted filesystem, does it ...
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Prevent active file removal on an NFS filesystem

I clear my logs using following script - find "." -mtime 1 -type f -print0 | xargs -0 rm -rf But it deletes the active files also and creates .nfs… files instead. Is there any way to prevent ...
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Mount via SSHFS in NFS filesystem

As a student I have access to a cluster of teaching lab computers, at each of the machines all the home folders (including my) are mounted via NFS. I also have a desktop PC. I want to mount my home ...
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Wildcard automounts with systemd

I’m running jessie/sid with systemd 208 and try to convert the following wildcard autofs configuration to either an /etc/fstab or .mount/.automount definition. $ cat /etc/auto.master /home/* ...
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Qemu Backing Files Question

If I'm creating a new.qcow2 qcow2 image based on a backing file (called base.qcow2) and the backing file is located on an nfs share. What happens if someone tries to modify, replace, or delete the ...
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Delete files/ folders with .nfs files

A lot of time when I delete a folder, it says cannot be deleted because of .nfs files Error - Device or resource busy How can I delete a folder ignoring these errors ( is there any flag in rm ...
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root partition getting full with nfs mounted directory

I am having one nfs volume, which is mounted on one of the directory of root partition. My problem is when I checked df -ha it adds up mounted directory file content as well. Following are my ...
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Removing unused init scripts

On my Debian server, I have no network shares (NFS, SMB, ...). I am trying to optimize and simplify my boot process. Is it OK to remove the following init scripts? /etc/rcS.d/S12mountnfs.sh ...
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Is `ln` atomic and reliable on NFS? Could NFS replace GFS in this use case?

I have a cluster with a bunch of servers with a shared disk containing a GFS global file system that all nodes access simultaneously. Each node in the cluster run the same program (a shell script is ...
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Is NFS sharing via a multi-home computer possible?

I have an nfs export on computer A that I need to mount on a computer B in a different network. I have a multihome computer C, that can provide the connectivity between A & B. All computers are ...
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Running NFS server as ver 3

As NFS docu stands it is possible to run NFS serwer ver 4 as ver 3 from the boot. Just it is necessery to add such entries in /etc/defaults/nfs file: NFS_SERVER_VERSMAX=3 NFS_SERVER_VERSMIN=3 I ...
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Is it possible for du to report significantly more disk in use than the mount point has available?

I ran into an interesting situation the other day. I have a 1TB NFS filesystem mounted on /backup. df reported approx 1TB total size, as expected. However, running du -csh . in the /backup/.snapshot ...
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Mounting NFS share from Linux client on Windows domain

I've got a client (Ubuntu 13.10) joined to a Windows domain through PBIS/Likewise, serving Samba shares and allowing domain users to login with domain credentials. Outside of the Windows domain, ...
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How to mount an remote filesystem with specifying a port number

I am trying to mount a director from another server on my server. For that, I have tested sudo mount -t nfs 11.11.11.111:/some_directory /mnt/test/ But the connections gets a timeout because on ...
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different loopback mounted volumes exported through NFS are seen as 1 by the client

I have a rather peculiar problem. I'm running 3.2.0-58-generic #88-Ubuntu (Ubuntu 12.04) and I have mouonted the following loopback devices: cat /proc/mounts | grep loop /dev/loop0 ...
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“NFS <server> not responding still trying” error timestamp

Sometime while my putty session is connected to server, it gets this NFS error. Note the server is Solaris 11 based. NFS server <server> not responding still trying NFS server <server> ...
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NFS Shares (Windows using FreeNFS but connecting on Linux)

I am using a "FreeNFS" on a Windows 8.1 machine and I set up a share I:\Library. I am currently allowing all clients and using ANSI encoding. My Linux box is actually a Raspberry Pi, using Raspbmc. I ...
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Fatal: module nfs not found

I am setting up a new NFS client on a LAN that has a working NFS server (Ubuntu 12.04) running nfs4. The other clients all work as expected. On this new client I'm running ChrUbuntu with kernel 3.4.0 ...
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Why does this executable still execute after I deleted it?

I deleted the executable, so why is it still running? root@raspberrypi:/test# ls -la total 11096 drwxrwxrwx 2 pi pi 4096 Mar 12 18:26 . drwxrwxr-x 11 pi pi 4096 Feb 28 13:50 .. -rwxrw-rw- 1 ...
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NFS partition mounted as read only

(Disclaimer: I've read "NFS sharing is read only" and I think it's not the same problem) I have just setup NFS on my raspberry (Raspbian) and I'm trying to access it from OSX. So far so good, I can ...
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Problem with NFS after changing the IP address to static

I have a NFS server from which I mount the /home directories to the remaining NFS clients in the lab. The NFS server is xxx3 which has all the home directories for the remaining machines. The ...
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Should rpc.statd write anything into wtmp?

On several linux machines (some old custom variant of gentoo) I have huge wtmp files, up to gigabyte in size. After some experiments I know that there is rpc.statd daemon running on all servers and ...
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NFSv4 which “domain” to put in idmapd.conf?

I'm using NFSv4 but suddenly when the NFS Server got rebooted, all the files on the Clients are having nobody ownerships after the Server is booted and started its whatever services again. Then I ...