Mounting is the concept of attaching a file system to a computer for access.

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Linux server mount point issue [duplicate]

I have one file system that size is 5Gb, when I check with df -h /file system it shows threshold reached 98% but checking with du -sh /file system the size showing only 2gb. where is that other 3Gb ...
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CIFS samba autofs with spaces

I think that I'm having issues with autofs mounting a Windows share because it contains a space. As a matter of education, I don't want to remove the space. I want to get this working. I can mount ...
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Mounting encrypted Samba share (linux server/client)

I'm trying to set up encrypted samba access. In order to achieve that I've added 2 lines to [global] scope in smb.conf: server signing = mandatory smb encrypt = mandatory But unfortunately I can't ...
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AUFS: How to create a read/write branch of only part of a directory tree?

AuFS (another union file system) allows us to merge two trees into one, even when those trees overlap. We can then direct writes to the merged tree towards one of the branches and reads to another. ...
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Using /etc/fstab to add a mount as a user (VirtualBox, centos) [migrated]

I'm mounting my mac folder as a share in virtualBox CentOS6 machine with the following command: mount -t vboxsf git /mnt/git/ -o uid=500,gid=500 It works perfectly but I can't figure out how to ...
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Mount LVM volume as external usb drive?

I'm trying to mount my old 2x500GB drives to the new server which has the same drive volume. Both have LVM structure but it's not working. root@server [/mnt/usb]# ls /dev/sd* /dev/sda /dev/sda2 ...
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Mount two nfs's shares from different storage over the same directory on linux

I have a set of 4 Linux web servers on cluster all of them have the same mount point: /folder This /folder is a NFS mount share over a NAS but is full and no more luns/disk are available to expand ...
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mount osx folder via nfs case sensitive

I want to mount a folder on a mac using nfs. That is all working but mac is (by default) case insensitive. I now want the system (linux) that is mounting that folder to see it as case sensitive. Is ...
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Effectively handling 2+ million files

I have a file based DB that has about 2M files stored in 3 levels of subdirectories. 2/2/6253 2/2/6252 ... File a vary from 30 bytes to 60 KB. Whole DB is Read Only. DB is about 125 Gigabytes big. ...
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Permissions of newly created files on NAS mount

I've mounted a NAS partition as follows: server:/volume1/public /mnt/public nfs rw,suid,nodev,noexec,auto,user,async 0 0 All available files are both readable and writable ...
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Mounted with bind folder doesn't appear in FTP client if mounted a folder in a volume

I mounted an external folder (from outside the ftp folder) in the ftp folder with mount bind parameter this way: mount --bind sourcefolder destinationfolder The folder is correctly mounted and I ...
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Mounting NFS server through SSH reverse tunnel

Here is my setup: Office computer in a network, with no way to access from outside, (OC) embedded computer in the field (FC) Server in the office, containing data to which the field computer needs ...
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When in Linux boot process are filesystems mounted from /etc/fstab? [migrated]

Question: When in Ubuntu Linux boot process are filesystems (from /etc/fstab) mounted? Rational: I defined the following shared-folders on my Ubuntu VirtualBox VM. openstack@ubuntu:~$ grep ...
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overlayfs: remount doesn't change parameters

I'm trying to mount -o remount an overlayfs in order to change to an updated lowerdir: $ mount -t overlay ovl /mnt -oworkdir=/.work -oupperdir=/upper -olowerdir=/lower $ mount -t overlay ovl /mnt ...
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Unattended installation of Ubuntu from USB drive — Not mounted correctly

I'm doing an unattended installation of Ubuntu-14.04-server with a USB drive on different type of servers (HP Proliant ML110, ML310, ML350). In some cases, the USB drive is incorrectly mounted on ...
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Auto mount usb keys on a static point?

I want to create a script to backup data for casuals. They have to insert a usb key and just have to click on a script to backup data on it. Unfortunately, in Centos 6.6 auto mount change the mount ...
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Write access on Apache WebDAV server

I have set up a WebDAV server running Arch Linux 3.19.3 and Apache 2.4, according to the Arch Wiki [1] [2] and the Apache Documentation [3]. The only changes I made to /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf: ...
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Allowing users to mount arbitrary directories

I'm attempting to roll out eCryptFS support for users on our RHEL infrastructure. One large snag has come up. Given a user with no root access and (preferably) without the use of sudo, how would one ...
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Glusterfs: Initialization of volume 'fuse' failed, review your volfile again

I have a GlusterFS volume hosted on a remote server. I can mount it from one of my other servers when I try to mount the volume, I get following error [2015-04-15 20:52:24.149773] I ...
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s3fs not fully auto-mounting on boot

I'm using s3fs 1.78 on Ubuntu 14.10. I have a particular read/write mount on S3 that I've set up to auto-mount at boot. In /etc/fstab, it looks like: s3fs#MY_BUCKET /mnt/MY_BUCKET fuse ...
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VXFS (veritas) File system filling up - except it's not

I have a Solaris 10 server which is reporting that a file system is filling up: # df -h /opt/CSCObac/var Filesystem size used avail capacity Mounted on ...
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ESXi 5 NFS mount with credentials

Is it possible for an ESXi 5 host to mount a remote NFS share using credentials other than root? (The default)? If so, how would one setup those credentials and mount from VSphere?
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NFS: can't unmount when server goes down. Must “fake” fsid on server1, NO SOLUTION WORKS ON SERVERFAULT

I have dir1 and dir2 NFS mounted to server2 from server1. If server1 suddenly dies or must be rebooted, AND dir1 and dir2 were not first unmounted on server2, then a remount of dir2 always fails ...
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Mounting network drive after network is ready

I'm trying to mount a samba network share to a local directory on startup. The following line in /etc/fstab works fine when I run mount -a: //share/folder /media/folder cifs ...
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is it possible to mount a host directory as a volume on a running docker container?

I only found instructions on how to run a container and mount a volume at the same time: $ sudo docker run -d -P --name web -v /src/webapp:/opt/webapp training/webapp python app.py Taken from the ...
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Hetzner script, configuring SSD + RAID1 image installation

I am trying to figure out how to set this configuration on my Hetzner server. The hetzner installimage script provides a default configuration (with comments: http://pastebin.com/tBqezpFn): # ...
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AWS Linux RHEL instance unable to format and load new storage partition

I have an AWS RHEL instance. Following are the storage devices on it: $lsblk NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT xvda 202:0 0 20G 0 disk xvda1 202:1 0 6G 0 part / I ...
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I have to “fudge” a change in /etc/exports in order to get mount -a to execute, what's the issue?

Whenever I have to reboot server1, the only way I can get NFS mounts back up on server2 is to change one of the "fsid" integers in the /etc/exports file on server1. Otherwise, the mount -a command ...
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How to change volume mount

I have two volumes in my EC2 ubuntu instance: NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT xvdb 202:16 0 40G 0 disk /mnt xvda1 202:1 0 400G 0 disk / I want the 400GB one to be the main ...
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Partition mounts

I had a problem with a corrupt grub config. I recovered it with Rescatux and was able to boot up. It appears thought that I am mounting the wrong partition because I can't find my old programs. Here ...
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How to remove entries from lsblk?

I have an AWS EC2 instance and I tried to attach and mount couple of EBS volumes on it. Somehow mount command was taking very long time so I deleted those volumes using AWS console. Now problem is ...
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How to mount a smb drive with different credentials (user name and password) on Linux?

Ok, I have here a laptop on which runs Linux (CentOS 7). The laptop will be used from different user's (which have all different login's on the laptop). We have in our network a Samba server. All ...
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Stale NFS handle, but nothing is mounted

I have an nfs server (192.168.1.180) that is sharing a directory to my rapsberry pi (192.168.1.32). I have had this working before. Recently, the server went down - but not the client. After ...
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CentOS 7 - Systemctl dependency problems with network mount and OpenSM

I have the follwoing problem. I want to mount a glusterfs share over Infiniband on an CentOS 7 client. The glusterfs share '/data' is severed by a host called storage1. For the client I I setup and ...
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Forcing user in both directions using bindfs

I have a specific OS user called 'app' which runs Dropbox. The app is deployed (in the same server) for multiple sites. But the Dropbox of the 'app' user has info about all sites. The dropobox has a ...
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Unmounted directories still behave like mounted - NFS Server Ubuntu 14.04

I am working on two virtual machines, running Ubuntu 14.04. So, one VM is the server and the other the client. Here's what I've done till now: Server VM: sudo apt-get install nfs-kernel-server sudo ...
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Hardware Raid6 - Which FS and mountoptions + basic questions

I've got a new system (Ubuntu 14.04 on an SSD), including 2*Megaraid 9271-8i controller+cachecade & BBU connected to the backplanes of the case. Each controller has 8 WD RED 3TB (4096 Physical ...
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Linux/windows mount on boot issue

We have a Linux system and several Windows system on our network. The Linux system has mounts on two different systems currently defined in fstab like this: //mandi/aaronbackup /media/backup smbfs ...
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AWS volume from snapshot missing data

This is a weird one. On a new ec2 instance + new data volume attached at /dev/xvdb mounted with: mkfs -t ext4 /dev/xvdb mkdir /mnt/xvdb mount -t ext4 /dev/xvdb /mnt/xvdb I take a snapshot of ...
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Ubuntu mount-point map Windows Share gets permissions denied error

We have an EMC storage appliance that serves Windows Shares via CIFS protocol. On Ubuntu I need to create a mount-point that maps the Windows Share. When I run this shell script : sudo apt-get ...
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NFS: settings for a non concurrent environnement

We have a 100% non concurrent access to an NFS share. Each client accesses its own files, separated in directories. So a client will make read and write operations on its own directory, but will never ...
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glusterfs: failed to get the 'volume file' from server

I have a GlusterFS volume hosted on a remote fileserver. I can mount the volume from my webservers in the same DC as well as other servers in other DCs however when I try to mount the volume on my ...
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pam_mount on centos won't mount cifs

so I have this problem that pam_mount won't mount my cifs home dirs pam_mount has this in /var/log/messages: Feb 3 15:49:18 centosy nslcd[1278]: [3c9869] <passwd="tomas"> (re)loading ...
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Linux FSTAB error mounting corrupted SD card

i've problem. I've a linux embedded system with an Sd Card that i mount at startup using fstab. This is a commercial produt of my company, so i can't know in advance if i've a bad sd card. # ...
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Fedora: Mount davfs as user under home directory

Is it possible to mount a user's remote files, via davfs2, within the user's home directory? I've found, as a test case, that I can accomplish this if I have an individual line in fstab per user ...
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rsync: how will rsync react to a file copy from a mounted share to a remote location?

I have a task to create a passive sync between a production server and a staging server which are located in two different geographical locations. The environment is fully Linux based (CentOS/RHEL) ...
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rsync to unmounted webdav share

if I want to transfer files to a webdav share, can I do that directly to the server that the share originates from, or does it need to be mounted on the machine that I send the rsync to? The thing is, ...
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How can I introspect the “shared subtree” mount flags for a particular mount?

Under Linux, the shared subtree flags control how a mountpoint is shared with parent and child mount namespaces. These flags include MS_SHARED, MS_PRIVATE, and MS_SLAVE. How can one see which of ...
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File name too long mount_nfs

I have a FreeBSD Vagrant box that looks like this: # -*- mode: ruby -*- # vi: set ft=ruby : VAGRANTFILE_API_VERSION = "2" Vagrant.configure(VAGRANTFILE_API_VERSION) do |config| config.vm.box = ...
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FreeBSD pre-mount script for gnop device?

How do I run a script in FreeBSD before filesystems are mounted? I want to install a gnop device and mount it (no, not for ZFS). Is there any canonical place where I can put a gnop create ...?