I have two Ubuntu servers. One of them has a directory with data. I want this directory to be visible (and writable) by the second server. How can I do this? What tool to use?
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On the 'server' add an entry into your
which allows secondserver read/write access to the
then use exportfs to share the directory
and you can verify your export with
You can now mount your directory on secondserver
and you can verify the mount
You may want to add an entry to your fstab to have it mount on boot too
You'll probably want to read the various man pages I linked to too.