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Which remote file system can be used on Linux without occupying local space? [closed]

I want to extend my server's local disk on Debian 6.0 by mounting a remote file system. But I don't want to have this remote file system to occupy (too much) local disk space, for instance with ...
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Mounting NFS stopped working after server upgrade to newest Debian?

I have NFS server that is working as a general filer in a LAN. Recently due to disk malfunction, I lost everything there, so I got new disks, reinstalled newest Debian (jessie), copied back config ...
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Mounting CIFS share works with mount but not with autofs

My server is Debian Wheezy (3.2.0-4-amd64 kernel). I want to access a Windows 2003 Server share. This Windows server does not belong to a domain: it's in the default workgroup ('workgroup'). This ...
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141 views

How to see the olddir after mount --bind olddir newdir?

In my debian 7: $ pwd /home/freestyler $ mkdir old new # mount --bind old new then $ mount /dev/cciss/c0d0p9 on /home/freestyler/new type ...
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Automatically mount drives when debian server reboots

I have a Debian server (which is a AWS EC2 Instance) and I have multiple AWS volumes attached to the server, which are all mounted in /mnt. However if I ever reboot the server (which happens whenever ...
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What is the best way to selectively grant and revoke access to FTP directories that are outside of the users home directory?

tl;dr: I need: FTP access to a Debian server for multiple users Micro management of which users have access to which directories at a given time (imagine a telephone switchboard operator!) A ...
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69 views

How can I use a temporary file descriptor with ecryptfs?

I'd like to be able to run a script, have it prompt me for my password, and then mount an ecryptfs directory. I do not want the password to sit around on the file system, or show up in logs, ps, etc. ...
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What causes partitions to be mounted at boot?

I'm upgrading machines from Debian Squeeze to Wheezy. I do all the setup with FAI - disks, packaging, everything. So they come up ready for production. Its all good. One particular machine has two ...
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www-data access sshfs mount point

I have an Apache2 on a Debian Linux. I mount a sshfs to the directory /mnt/mountpoint/ (it is mounted on boot time via /etc/fstab). It is accessed with a softlink from /var/www/mountpoint. When I ...
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Mounting a USB Mass Storage Device in Debian [closed]

How do I mount a USB Mass Storage Device in Debian? The USB Stick is working on other computers. I have used dmesg which returned useful information about the USB Stick. It is attached to /dev/sdc. ...
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Apache serves garbage content

I've set up an apache2 (Apache/2.2.16) on a VirtualBox (4.2.6) driven Debian (6.0.6) running on a Mac OS 10.7 host system. I mount a shared folder by fstab with the following configuration: ...
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Sharing disk volumes across OpenVZ guests to reduce Package Management Overhead

Is it feasible to create a single "master" OpenVZ guest who would only be used for package management, and use something like mount --bind on several other OpenVZ guests sort of trick them into using ...
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1answer
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Adding Extra Hard Drives Debian Fdisk

well I just got a new server and it's a little different than what I'm use to, when I run cfdisk I get WARNING: GPT (GUID Partition Table) detected on '/dev/sda'! The util fdisk doesn't support GPT. ...
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Change Hard Drive Mounted Location Debian

I just realized my hard drive is mounted to the wrong directory, how many I change the directory in which it is mounted? Thanks!
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Debian server loses /var mounting point

We have a server running Debian squeeze and randomly (once a month, more or less) the /var partition loses it's mounting point, so /var becomes a folder on / partition and main services start to fail. ...
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1answer
384 views

How to set up sshfs to use www-data

I have 2 Debian systems, prod1 and prod2, with their respective users, prod1 and prod2 as well. I want to setup an sshfs with autofs to have a directory on prod1 in the /home/prod1/ that the user ...
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1answer
454 views

encryptfs auto-mounting script

I'm trying to make a script, that creates and mounts encrypted directory using ecryptfs(on ssh logons(with passphrase sent via pipe) and by some other scripts). I know about ecryptfs-setup-private ...
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Mounting NAS share: Bad Address

I have a Linux storage device (QNAP TS-459U), and 'massive1' folder shared. I need to mount this share on my Debian server. They are connected by regular patch cord. The Debian server has two network ...
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What's wrong with my mount? I am trying to mount and allow read-write

/etc/fstab /srv/www/test.com /home/user/test.com auto nouser,auto,rw,sync 0 0 I am getting the following error: mount: you must specify the filesystem type. Could someone please give me some ...
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Mount Second Hard Drive Debian [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to mount a second hard drive? Debian I got a second hard drive added to one of my servers but now I have no clue how to mount it and have it recognizable by the os. ...
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rebuilding raid5 array

I inherited a machine that was running Debian with a RAID 5 array. I installed a bunch of updates (1700 or so) that the OS recommended, then after rebooting, the raid array did not mount. The device ...
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Hard drive mounting Question Debian Linux

Hey I just bought a new server and it's running debian it has 2 2tb hard drives in it, and I'm looking to mount the second one to a specific folder. an fdisk -l gives me this Disk /dev/sda: 2000.3 ...
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How to mount a second hard drive? Debian

hey, well I mounted my hard drive to var/www/disk2/ but obviously since the first hard drive is on / all the files on var/www/disk2/ are going to count towards the space on the the first hard drive ...
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Unmounted root partition

My server running Debian lenny has just had a power cut recently and its come back up with the root partition in read only mode. I tried to remount the filesystem in read write mode with mount -n -o ...
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794 views

Make a filesystem accessible by all users

I have mounted a filesystem in a /mnt/storage but how do i make it accessible for all users not only root?
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One mount point and two or more disks?

Is it possible to mount two or more disks (/dev/sda3, /dev/sda4) on one directory (/var/www)? If yes, then how can I do this (Debian 5.0.6)? Thank you!
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Amazon mount EBS

I'm trying to mount /vol to a EBS volume on an Amazon EC2 instance. I'm formatting the device to xfs, adding "/dev/sdh /vol xfs noatime 0 0" to my /etc/fstab file, making the /vol dir and mounting it ...
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CIFS Volume mounting problem

When I ran this command mount -t cifs //192.168.10.1/ycw /mnt -o rw,user=testuser,password=testpass I got mount error 112 "Host is Down" when tried to do directory mount from Debian machine to ...
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“mount: RPC: Timed out” when attempting to mount NFS filesystem

Following a reboot of an NFS server, client machines are unable to mount it, returning the message"mount: RPC: Timed out" I've ruled out iptables rules by clearing them /etc/exports on the server is ...