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 connection won't mount in Dolphin

I'm running Fedora 23 Server on one machine, and Fedora KDE Spin on another. These are both very recent installs. I previously ran Ubuntu Server and Windows, and connected the two using a samba share. ...
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Disable NFSv4 (server) on Debian, allow NFSv3

How can the NFS server on a Debian 8 system be limited to NFSv3? By default, shares can be mounted with both vers=3 and vers=4. /etc/default/nfs-kernel-server: # To disable NFSv4 on the server, ...
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NFS v4 export encrypted partition. Client mounts empty dir

I have an encrypted hard drive on my Lan Server. It was encrypted using luks/dm-crypt. The server has a NFS v4 running to share files in the Lan. It works, except for the encrypted USB hard drive. If ...
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Proxmox Master Node crashes

I've inadvertently discovered a Proxmox bug. I run a personal cluster of 4 nodes (a technology lab for giggles and gags). Each node has a Dell Perc 5i and 4 HDDs in RAID 10. The standard Proxmox ...
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NFS mount fails at boot time

I have the following in /etc/fstab on FreeBSD: venture:/usr/redacted /usr/local/redacted nfs rw 0 0 This fails during boot. However, after boot, the following command succeeds ...
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Why does my nfs mount always changes to be owned by root after mounting?

I have a mount point for my nfs share: drwxrwxrwx 2 patryk patryk 4.0K Feb 4 16:23 nfs_share after I mount it I get $ sudo mount -t nfs 10.9.XXX.XXX:/root/src /home/patryk/nfs_share -o ...
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NFS permissions across multiple LXC VM's

I recently changed my home server setup from a basic Ubuntu Server installation running everything to a virtualised environment. I am currently running ProxMox type 1 hypervisor, with several VM's. ...
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Access denied for NFS mount

I am having an issue with a mount point on my server. Before yesterday is was working fine but for some reason my instance got stopped in AWS and this caused the server to lose the mount point. When I ...
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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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md5 or sha1 while copying a file

Is there a way in any linux distro to perform a md5sum or sha1 check while the file is being transferred from a local partition to an NFS one? Example: I have a NFS mounted drive and a very big file ...
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HPUX throwing an RST 30 seconds after a sucessful NFS mount

We have an application written in Dot NET that basically allows Linux and Unix files to access symbolic links stored in the NFS "share". Customer was having issues with the NFS share becoming ...
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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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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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Cannot start NFS in Centos 7

I can't start an NFS server in CentOS7. The packages downloaded: yum -y install nfs-utils yum -y install nfs-utils-lib Enable/start services systemctl enable/start rpcbind systemctl enable/start ...
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AutoFS special map does not work

I'm trying to use an AutoFS special map as referenced here. Surprisingly, I've found little information about that on the Web. (This might be because the reference above seems to be the only one ...
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Debian autofs: why this syntax doesn't work?

I have setup nis server,and automount maps i want every user which login mount home from nfs server. This is auto.master +auto.master +auto.home /home /etc/auto.home This is auto.home * ...
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Apache keeps loading the page

If the www directory is mounted from another server through NFS and there is some problem on NFS server , ( some NFS related service is stuck or stopped) , in the mean time if some page is accessed , ...
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User permissions in NFS mounted directory

I have oracle linux 6.7, a NFS server in Windows, and I am trying to mount a shared folder in Linux. The Windows NFS server has a shared mount : 192.168.1.10:/OracleBK In my oracle linux server, I ...
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NFS client does not recover if server reboots

There are two machines: (a) is the NFS server and (b) is the NFS client. When machine (a) reboots is there a way to recover the NFS client on machine (b) without a reboot?
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Couldn't mount nfs shares with more than four files

I am trying to mount a remote NFS share on open-stack cloud instance. I am able to mount the NFS share with fewer than five files , but if the number and size of files increase , then it fails to ...
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Merge two NFS shares with OverlayFS

I have two directories (a and b), which are NFS shares with files foo.txt and bar.txt: I want merge this two directories to directory merge (does not have to be writable) this is possible by ...
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Virt-manager Permission Denied when accessing NFS pool

I'm currently having this error when I'm trying to install a Virtual Machine on my NFS share. i've added my NFS share (coming from FreeNAS) to a Storage Pool on the virt-manager Another issue is ...
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Can I limit the size of NFS delayed writes?

If mounted with the async option, the NFS client in the Linux kernel only rarely flushes writes. When writing large files over a slow network link, this usually results in all the writes completing ...
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NFS over TCP not available from (My server ip) - network is unreachable & permission denied

I am trying to boot linux mint from a server I set up in virtualbox. Server is running in linux mint, and the client that I'm testing on (also virtualbox) is disk-less and booting over network. After ...
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NFS mounts in fstab are not mounted during startup on RHEL

I have run into a problem with auto mounting nfs exports on a RHEL 6 server. To give you a brief configuration and what I have tried, I’m mounting 6 NFS exported shares from the network. Unfortunately ...
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NFS client much more inbound traffic than outbound? Why?

I have a debian box that acts as a NFS server: Debian 8 server settings: $ apt-get install nfs-kernel-server nfs-common #/etc/fstab /dev/disk/by-uuid/6e7815a5-cd91-450c-8e83-479f732ecd87 ...
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NFS connection refused

I want to set up a filesharing server with NFS. But when I want to show the conetnts of export I get this: manuel@server ~ $ showmount clnt_create: RPC: Port mapper failure - Unable to receive: errno ...
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NFS Automatic Fail-over or Load-balanced or Clustering?

I've been using NFS (and it is the only one i know well in Network Files) for a few years. But still can not able to find out .. How to make NFS Servers in Clustered Design (or Load-balanced?) Or at ...
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how to find the file size for softlinked files

I have a log of files that's on a NFS, and they are connected via softlinks on the local redhat server. When I try to run search for any files that was touched during last weekend and calculate ...
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Why do I get fsync() failed: Disk quota exceeded on my linux machine?

I get fsync() failed: Disk quota exceeded but when I use df -h and df -i there is enough space? Any suggestions?
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NFS mounts with non-matching UIDs/ usernames

There's a Linux machine where files are owned by a user named "lab" with a UID of 1000 (on the system). There's another Linux machine where files are owned by a user named "user" with a UID of 500 (on ...
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NFS mounting options rsize and wsize can't be specified in /etc/fstab

As the Title, the options rsize and wsize can not be specified on Centos7(3.10.0-123.el7.x86_64) cat /etc/fstab: 192.168.11.1:/linux_nfs_share /mnt/nfs01 nfs ...
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How can I tell if a directory is mounted on NFS? [duplicate]

I'm on a Mac OS system with a few directories set up with NFS. How can I determine if a particular directory is connected to another computer with NFS?
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ZFS disabling sync writes on dataset

I have a freenas box that I use to back ESX VMs to but don't have a SLOG yet and thus speed is poor due to ESX pushing sync writes to the NFS store on my freenas box. If I created a separate ...
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How can I set up centralized home directories and user authentication using LDAP and NFS?

I am trying to configure my server to authenticate users using LDAP and save their home directories on a NFS-Directory, also located on the server. i.e.: I share a directory on my server: /nfsexport ...
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NFS Share on Centos 7 Fails to automount

I have a fresh install of Centos 7. I cannot seem to auto mount an NFS share located on 192.168.254.105:/srv/nfsshare from the Centos client. Mounting the share manually however, works perfectly. ...
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What are processes “[123.45.78.901-ma]” on linux, where the number is an NFS server's IP address?

I am seeing processes on Linux with the name "[123.45.78.901-ma]", where the number is the IP address of our NFS server. Does anyone know what these processes are, where I can find out information ...
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GlusterFS and Auto-Growing with new Nodes

From what I understand, typically people will determine their storage requirements aside from what will be auto-scaled, however, I would like to automatically add replica bricks to my GlusterFS setup ...
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NFS servers and firewalld

I haven't found a slam-dunk document on this, so let's start one. On a CentOS 7.1 host, I have gone through the linuxconfig HOW-TO, including the firewall-cmd entries, and I have an exportable ...
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NFS: failed to create MNT RPC client status = -101

I am trying for network file system (NFS) booting between two systems. I am using dhcp server to assign IP-address for client. And my kernel and root file system are present in server. My client is ...
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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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How to configure a fixed user ID on an NFS server?

I'd like my NFS server to always use the same user ID to own the files, whatever user ID is used on the client. Is this possible and how?
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Is there something like fswatch that will work for network mounted drives?

On my system, fswatch works great for notifying me about changes to my local file system. But it fails to find new files created in a mounted file system. Work arounds that I don't like include: 1. ...
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Linux mount nfs disk from windows machine

I want to mount a disk from a Windows machine (D:) to an Oracle Linux machine. How can I do this? I know a command but it is wrong. mount -t nfs ipadressOfWindows:/D:/ /u02/
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RHEL nfs boot error

I have battled for two days attempting to get a basic nfs root install to boot up. I am working with RHEL 6.6 and after following both the RHEL tutorial (Section 24 in the manual) and another internet ...
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Unstable mount with CIFS and NFS

I facing difficulties to mount a remote directory on my Debian machine: I tired to use both NFS and CIFS (Samba). For both methods, I am able to mount the directory and it functions adequately for ...
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How to determine if NFS mount is mounted as v3 or v4?

Red Hat 5/6 when I do mount it says type nfs, I would like to know how to determine version if it isn't listed in mount options or fstab. Please don't say remount it with the version option, I want ...
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Virtfs (Plan 9) vs NFS as tool for share folder for virtual machine

I have QEMU virtual machine. Linux host and linux guest. I want stable and fast solution with minimal performance cost. I'm considering two technologies for shared folders (between guest and host): ...
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De-install NFS Client in AIX6

De-install NFS Client is not happening . I am using below command : # installp -u bos.net.nfs.client and getting error as below : ======================================= << End of Failure ...
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Failover NFS service with shared storage

I need to configure a cluster with shared storage that can be moved from Node A to Node B and vica versa. In case of failure of Node A, Node B should take over the IP address associated with the NFS ...