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

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Strange behaviour of application running from NFS

I have two VMs running, one with Fedora 20 and the other with CentOS 6.6. I have a remove home directory mounted under /home1/user with autofs. /etc/auto.home1: user -fstype=nfs ...
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Root cannot change file permission or ownership

My direcotrory is root: pwd / I have the following dir: drwxrwxrwx 4 root root 81920 Jun 4 09:25 imr_report_repo NOTE: imr_report_repo is an NFS share. Here is the fstab listing for ...
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What is dcache disconnected dentry?

I am trying to understand how NFS works in Linux. As I understand, a disconnected dentry is such a dentry that does not have a proper prefix in Dcache, i.e. there is dentry dir/file in dcache, but no ...
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Stale NFS file on Postgresql directory

I have a Debian Wheezy computer running a Postgresql Server and NO NFS filesystems. After rebooting the computer, the following error has appeared: ls: cannot access 0000: Stale NFS file handle ...
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NFS shared folder ownership does not change in guest OS in Vagrant

I have the following Vagrantfile: ... config.nfs.map_uid = 33 config.nfs.map_gid = 33 config.vm.synced_folder "/home/test", "/home/test", type: "nfs" ... After vagrant up /home/test folder ...
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Is there a way to achieve context-dependent path names (CDPN) on NFS?

In my GFS clusters I use the CDPN feature to have separate chrooted /dev/log directories on separate cluster nodes: /home/ftpuser/foo: lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 18 Sep 26 2010 dev -> ...
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Mounting NFS via systemd in Centos 7

I am trying to mount an NFS share on a CentOS 7 box using systemd. This is my /etc/fstab entry: 10.0.0.104:/export /mnt nfs ...
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Problem with NFS and Vagrant

I have two different VMs (which I configure with Puppet and run using Vagrant) and one of them is not able to mount a NFS folder from a shared network folder while the other is. The error: mount.nfs: ...
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Single user for sharing vs. multiple users

In my lab, a group of people work each at one workstation, and they share a number of drives over NFS. They run shared software residing in one of those NFS drive and they run it on the NFS drives ...
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Aix 7.1 and nfs version4 showmount

Configure nfs4 on aix ok i did all # chnfsdom #return correct domain # chnfs -r /export # chnfs -p /export # configured and shared pseudo root # cat etc/exports /export -nfsroot /var/pubblica ...
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Moving physical disk from local computer to network server

In my Debian GNU/Linux based workstation I have a big nice disk (3TB), apart from my ssd where the OS is installed. I recently got an intel nuci5 and set it up as a home server, together with my ...
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Configuring group access across a LAN

I have created a group called engineers on two VMs on the same 192.168.56.0/24 LAN. Is there any way the members from VM1 in engineers can view files created by engineers from VM2? I was thinking of ...
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Find out who is using a shared mount?

We have a mount point shared by many Linux hosts. We need to figure out which accounts are reading/writing files using which accounts and at what time. How should we go about this?
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storage server all nfs users on full 666 file permissions

How can I setup a shared storage location on a storage server shared via CIFS and NFS and all files written by CIFS and all users via NFS to write files and folders with full read/write permissions ...
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Building NFS Server to be world writable

I'm trying to build an NFS server on my Raspberry Pi which will be writable by any server on the network. The NFS share is a directory on an external device mounted at boot: $ cat /etc/fstab proc ...
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id mapping of NFS does not work for all directories

I have an NFS server/client setup. On both server and client, the user me exists and has the same UID. If I mount the /home directory from the NFS server on the client, I see that nobody owns the ...
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Cannot mount remote NFS share to NFS client

On NFS Server (CentOS): [root@localhost ~]# cat /etc/exports /IT_Projects 192.168.56.0/25(ro,root_squash) eth1 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 08:00:27:C4:A8:B6 inet ...
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NFS Block Size Open File

If I open an NFS file for the first time, what exactly is it that gets "downloaded"? Is it just file metadata and subsequent client requests will request individual blocks? Is it the whole file, or ...
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Server-side move between NFS shares

I have these folders on my server: /share1 /home/user Both are actually on the same partition. Now I want to be able to move files between these two folders directly on the server (without any data ...
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how to find out the name of the server on which the files are hosted on? [closed]

I've tried numerous thing such as uname -a, env, findsmb, amongst other things but that will only give the hostname which is not the server where the files are hosted... I get that there is nfs ...
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Replace cp function by rsync [duplicate]

I'm trying to replace my cp function by an rsync function My cp function is the following find /home/odroid/USBHD/Movies/ -iname "*.mkv" -mtime '-1' -exec cp -n {} /home/odroid/NASVD/Movies \; do ...
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How to solve this NFS unmunt problem? [closed]

I have working NFS (Networking File Sharing). It's server path will be mounted, but attempts to use umount are not working. It is getting some error. $ sudo umount /nfs_server/ /nfs_server was ...
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Securing NFS in a multihomed environment

In a virtualised environment (VirtualBox with host-only networking) I want to share a folder on the host with the guest via NFS. I think that to achieve this, I should bind the NFS listening port to ...
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SELinux disabled, net.ipv4.tcp_syncookies and nfs

OS is RHEL 6.2. I appear to be having an issue with SELinux. I've disabled it in /etc/sysconfig/selinux, however, when my host starts the command sestatus show that I'm in permissive mode. Searches ...
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Find Stale NFS Files

I've been pondering about an efficient way to locate stale NFS files for a few days with out much success and was wondering if there are better approaches to the problem. Problem: every once in a ...
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NAS set-up issue with NFS protocol in linux Mint

I have a Synology NAS that I'm trying to map in my Linux machine as if its like a regular HDD drive. I have looked all over the internet without being able to figure out how this thing works. I have ...
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Linux does not see a file until I ls on that directory

I have a really weird problem. I have a php script that runs, submits a child process to run, and waits until its done by checking for a OUTFILE.end file to appear. The problem is the file appears, ...
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Permissions on a mounted NFS share

I am trying to make a php script on a webserver write into a folder /data on a fileserver. Apache 2.2, PhP 5.x. It's just a test configuration but I'd like to understand the thing somehow as I am not ...
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Prime New GlusterFS Cluster w/ 24GB of Files

I am attempting to load my new glusterfs cluster on AWS with my existing files that total in size of over 24GB. From my calculations, it is going to take 8 days to transfer all the files via the ...
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Mounting Linux root fs NFS share on OS X?

I am attempting to share the root filesystem (/) of a CentOS 6.5 virtual machine to my OS X host system. While this should be relatively simple process, I'm hitting some kind of wall. Presently my ...
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How do I set up NFS to respect user and group permissions?

After creating an NFS share between two servers, lb1 (nfs-client) and data-server1 (nfs-kernel-server), users with permission on the NFS server do not have access on the NFS client. data-server1 ...
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nfsroot freezing every once in a while presumably due to network glitch

Setup I've set up a thin client running gentoo according to these instructions. It seems to work quite nicely except that every once in a while it freezes. I've found that I can duplicate the issue ...
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Re-access NFS volume from OS X Mavericks client after server reboot?

My home server, running FreeBSD 10-RELEASE p7, exports NFS volumes to my MacBook Pro, running current OS X Mavericks. The MacBook mounts these via automount as /net/servername/volume without any ...
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Unable to mount root fs over NFS

I am attempting to set up the first (of many) Raspberry Pis running Pidora (a Fedora Remix) to boot from an NFS share. It is my goal to eventually place a dozen or more Raspberry Pis in the datacenter ...
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how to access with Linux to the real block size info of a filesystem when it is mounted on nfs?

I have a Centos 6.5 and Solaris 5 machines. I'm trying to get the information about block size of a filesystem in the member f_frsize of statvfs. I tried first from Centos but when the filesystem is ...
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Do we need a separate Metadata server to use pNFS?

So we upgraded some of our servers to RHEL 6.5 and I came across pNFS while reading through the release docs. According to various docs available online, the performance improvement is huge over ...
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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? ...