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

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NFS root filesystem doesn't mount at boot

This is an embedded device with a custom kernel (see below for relevant config). It's an x86-32 machine booting like this: coreboot->uboot->linux. I can mount the NFS share in linux if I use on-...
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Passing automount options in FreeBSD

I seem to be unable to automount nfsv4 shares in FreeBSD 10.1. All of my mounting information is stored in an LDAP database and the shares are on a NFSv4 server. I've gotten the mapping right so ...
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What would cause NFS file move/delete operations to fail?

Sorry for the terribly vague question. I have a medium-to-large server that all of my engineering users are on. This is a 32-core, 256GB system hosting 19 Xvnc sessions plus the plethora of tools, ...
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Does bash open files in O_APPEND when using “>>” on linux?

If we use echo 1234 >> some-file then Documentation says that the output is appended. My guess is that, if some-file does not exist, then O_CREAT will make a new file. If > was used, then ...
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How to solve nsf-common related error when install zsh in ubuntu?

Everytime I install some kind of package, at the last phase, apt-get install could return a common-nfs related error. Why the installation can't be done without this error? detailed pastebin here ...
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NFS stale mountpoint error

How to check nfs stale mount error on linux , Do I need to cd to the mountpoint and do ls to check output as ?--------- ? ? ? ? ? Is there any file where it gets ...
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configuring rsync for incremental backup and recovery

The setup is a NAS box on a lan mounted as NFS and the source is a laptop running an old kubuntu 10.4. Rsync has to be run as a local file copy, NAS box doesn't support an rsync daemon. How do I ...
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What provides /etc/exports and how do I find that out?

I have two Debian virtual machines that were built from the same netinstall iso, but probably have different packages installed. One of them has an /etc/exports file for nfs mounts but the other one ...
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NFS Port Blocking Firewall Issue

I am a little stumped on this one and maybe I have been staring at this for too long...but I cannot get my Mac (10.10.3) machine to connect to my Oracle Linux 7 (CentOS/RH 7) server with its firewall ...
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how to clear NFS client side cache and server side cache?

I would like to know what is the cache size NFS is using at client side and server side. How to clear it.? Is there a difference between system cache and network cache ?
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run a script from rc.local, that exists on an autofs nfs share

I mount some nfs exports from a fileserver to my workstation. The workstation is ubuntustudio 64bit 14.04. in order to make the mounts as transparent as possible, I have inserted the following in my ....
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mv to nfs “cannot create regular file … file exists” but creates empty file

I have an automated script that moves data files from the computer that they're collected on to a central NFS server for more general access. I've recently been seeing about 1% of files failing to be ...
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Clustered NFS server reply ERR 24: Auth Bogus Credentials (seal broken)

I have 4 servers on the VirtualBox. Two of the servers are a CentOS 7 cluster with Pacemaker(corosync), and they have an NFSv4 server in Active/Passive mode. There are also 2 clients with CentOS 6, ...
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mknfsmnt fails with “System call error number -1”

This system is part of a cluster and the other node mounts the nfs share successfully. This is currently the active node which means it has a secondary service ip address. I think this is related to ...
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Mounting nfs4 partition over ssh tunel

I am following this manual on how to mount an nfs port over an ssh tunnel: https://blogs.oracle.com/shepler/entry/tunneling_nfs_traffic_via_ssh I need this because I want to mount an nfs partition ...
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monitor linux file systems using df

I use df -kh to get the file system usage, but the trouble is if there is any NFS mount failure in any of the boxes the command will hang. Is there a better way to monitor file systems other than df ...
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NFS File Mounting error in centOS

I'm trying to mount server filesystem using NFS in centos. But I'm getting Connection timed out error. Below are the steps I followed. At server side: [centos@ip-172-31-46-199 landingzone]$ sudo vi ...
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How to keep a redundant home directory for offline use?

Scenario: My home dir is on NFS, identities are in LDAP and authorization is via Kerberos. My NFS, LDAP and Kerberos servers are all VMs -- I'm stretching a little hardware a long way at home. Life ...
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Linux user groups and file system permissions

Assume I have groups G1, and G2, and user U. User U is a member of both groups, but G1 is it's primary group. In my file system there is a folder F which is accessible by G2. Now if U wants to ...
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FS on NFS share responding slow

We have two server ex name app1 and app2.Both server have a nfs mount from same server as below:- nfsserver:/prlocal 249G 190G 46G 81% /prlocal Now the problem is when we try to access the FS ...
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Can I mount a share and enable the user_xattr mount option?

I have a ext4 drive that is mounted using defaults mount options. It is a RedHat Enterprise Linux version 6.5, 64 bits. I can call lsattr on any file on that server. I need to share that drive with 3 ...
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how to give read, write and execute permission to other user to access mounted shared directory

I set up nfs server and client on two different servers. On nfs server I create a shared directory. /home/share On nfs client I created mounted point /home/nfs_local now everything is working fine,...
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What's wrong with my NFS setup?

I had previously been able to configure an NFS server on a computer running CentOS 6.6, and to mount the file system in a Virtual Machine with the same OS and using autofs. Last week I did a fresh ...
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Which version of NFS is my NFS server using?

I'm mounting a NFS filesystem on my machine. How do I figure out what version of the NFS protocol the server uses? I don't have access to the NFS server machine, but I do have root on my client ...
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Let root read all files on NFS directory, even though server has root_squash enabled

I have a NFS directory that is used by multiple users, and hosted on a NFS server that I do not control. I would like to back up the contents of the NFS directory from my client machine. My first ...
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Strange firefox bugs following migration of home areas to NAS drive

We run a small linux cluster of 20 hosts running rhel(5and6). Each host has a native user nm with the home area mounted on the machine /export/home/nm. We use NIS/NFS for individual user accounts. ...
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NFS no longer mounts: rpc-statd fails to start

Whenever I try to start an NFS mount I get: Feb 12 00:02:19 martin-xps.lico.nl rpc.statd[23582]: Version 1.3.2 starting Feb 12 00:02:19 martin-xps.lico.nl rpc.statd[23582]: Flags: TI-RPC Feb 12 00:02:...
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Mount.nfs is using a serial port

I export a folder to remote hosts by configuring the /etc/export file this way in the NFS server: /remoteFolder 172.22.0.0/255.255.0.0(ro,no_root_squash,sync,insecure) and start the NFS daemon with ...
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View syscalls/kernel activity for I/O from a running process

I'd like to be able to view syscalls or kernel activity for a process...I'm not actually sure of the terminology I need here! Specifically I'm looking for the difference between I/O going to local ...
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Home server bottleneck (filesystem server)

I am trying to set up a filesystem server, so that I can use my various laptops to transparently mount a directory containing many VirtualBox VMs, some of which run full graphics environments. I will ...
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Is there a “supported” way in RHEL/CentOS 7 to union-mount a directory tree on top of an NFS mount point?

I have an NFS share containing almost 500 chrooted (s)ftp user's home directories. This NFS share is mounted on several FTP servers forming a highly available FTP cluster. I would like to enable ...
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LDAP and NFS on two different servers

I have an LDAP-server running on one server and an NFS-server running on another server. This arrangement seems to work providing I manually configure the LDAP users UID, GID home directory location ...
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reinit NFS client without restart

I have been working on my server, from which I export one directory using NFS. Of course over the week or so of server reboots, I multiple times forgot to umount the export filesystem in my ...
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nfs mount works for tcp but not over udp

I'm connecting my raspberry pi (raspbmc) with my synology nas. I have 2 mounts 192.168.0.5:/volume1/video /mnt/video nfs udp,intr,noatime,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,nolock,nfsvers=3,async ...
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How can I determine if an NFS remote is exporting a directory?

In my script, I have several layers of statusing: remote is available (ping) remote NFS service is active remote NFS is exporting a certain directory remote NFS is mounted (mount) For (2) and (3), ...
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Cross-NFS file move adds ACL

Moving a file from one NFS4 mount to another adds an ACL. The reason, if I understand the process correctly, is that mv queries the system.nfs4_acl extended attribute of the source file, and uses the ...
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Linux sloppy mount

Could anyone describe to me what sloppy mount is? There's two mount points on my server but I have no idea how to erase the sloppy one. I hope some one could explain to me the potential faults or what'...
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Mount a NFS partition from a NAS server

We have a NAS server in the lab and I can reach it through the web interface at 192.168.1.100, and I have enabled NFS on the admin's panel. After that I did sudo aptitude install nfs-common sudo ...
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Mounting a NFS file system by changing default owner

I want to mount a NFS file system with user/group ownership of <admin> . How it can be done ? mkdir /cert chown admin.admin /cert mount -t nfs 192.168.2.149:/portalweb /cert/
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Tuning NFS: Identifying source of getattr requests

we run some Linux NFS clients against a NetApp NFS storage system. Currently we have over 50% getattr requests running against the NetApp using up precious CPU cycles. Using the netapp-top.pl script ...
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ZFS ACL (NFS4 ACL)

I'm using Openindiana (Solaris 10) containers and I want to let users upload web content over sftp I'v managed to setup internal-sftp of openssh and lock user under web root. All the files under web ...
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Do root's supplementary groups behave differently than regular account ones for NFS shares?

OS: Linux CentOS 7, NFSv4 On one machine I exported an NFS share group-owned by the nfsgroup with 2770 privileges for group collaboration: groupadd -g 5000 nfsgroup chown nobody:nfsgroup /home/...
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Unmount NFS shared drive without stopping nfs-kernel-server

I have a setup in which I have a Raspberry Pi B+ with Raspbian as file server, sharing a 5 disk usb rack. I don't whant the rack to be on all the time, so I turn it on when I'm going to use it and ...
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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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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 -> .sys/@...
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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 users,noauto,x-systemd.automount,x-systemd.device-timeout=10,timeo=...
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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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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 ...