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Ubuntu server mount device issue [on hold]

i have ubuntu server and can not figure out with my space Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/xvda1 8.0G 7.8G 0 100% / udev 3.7G 8.0K 3.7G 1% /dev tmpfs ...
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How to mount an remote filesystem with specifying a port number [migrated]

I am trying to mount a director from another server on my server. For that, I have tested sudo mount -t nfs 11.11.11.111:/some_directory /mnt/test/ But the connections gets a timeout because on ...
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Mount a second ssd drive on centos - How can I figure out which is the unused drive? [migrated]

I need to mount my secound ssd drive to /home2. I already created the folder /home2 - Now, how can i figure out which is the unused drive ? Is this /dev/sda or sdb ? What is the exactly thing i`ve to ...
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What is the best way to resize the “/” mount point that is not LVM?

Lately I am trying to update the packages in my Centos (Physical Box) and got error about not enough space. What is the best way to resize a mount point that is no LVM? Follows are some information: ...
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NFS: force file mode/mask on mount?

I have a QNAP NAS on my network that exports some NFS shares, which I'm mounting on a linux machine. One of the shares has data only (no executable files). However, when I mount the NFS share, all the ...
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1answer
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/proc/self/mountinfo per-mount-options vs per-super-options

I am trying to check for the current status of a mounted partition, rw/ro. On Cent6 /proc/self/mountinfo has some interesting info. One of the items contained in the output for each mount point is ...
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Mounting individual “partitions” from a ddrescue'd whole-device image file?

I ddrescue'd from a sick drive device into an image file (I had enough free space, but not a spare device to copy onto). It seemed to go quite well, but now I can't find how to mount just one ...
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mount hd as a different filesystem [closed]

I guess this question is already answered but could not find the solution. I have a USB hard disk connected to a remote linux machine and I want to mount that hard disk. What would happen if I mount ...
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mount cloud storage under Linux via socks?

I'm trying to mount cloud storage under Linux, but via a SOCKS proxy. One suggested solution I found is to use davfs2, but as far as I can tell it only supports a Http Proxy. I've tried this: sudo ...
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Which directories in Linux must be part of the root filesystem?

I'm building a few virtual machines under KVM where the base system will be an image (haven't decided specifically which format yet), and all of the remaining system files will be other partitions ...
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2answers
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How can I quickly detect files that are shadowed by a mounted filesystem

I had some cases where files were written to a mount point because of mount failure. Is there a simple way to detect such files (something that ca easily automated)? (I know it's possible to mount ...
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Put another hdd in ubuntu server 10 [closed]

I am using Ubuntu server 10 for LAMP and hosting sites. I installed the server without a GUI, and what I want to do is to add a second HDD for some backup. I attached the HDD but the problem is I ...
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Scientific Linux: RAID5 unaccessible after netboot by mistake

A server running old scientific linux 6.0 suffered damage from an enabled netboot during reboot by trying to load some crap from an application server in the same subnet (I saw him stuck somewhere in ...
2
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2answers
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Prevent the possiblity of writing data to an unmounted mount point directory [duplicate]

I have an Ubuntu server where I'm automounting an external hard drive each boot. To do this, I've created an empty folder on the root partition, and the drive gets mounted "inside" this folder. ...
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2answers
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Mounting with fstab - error 13 (access denied)

I have one server that is mounting with fstab using a credentials file. The credentials file (.Smbcredentials) code is : username=my_windows_login password=my_password domain=my_domain My code in ...
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Is there a way to execute a command with a slightly different view on the fs/mount namespace?

As an example, let's say I've got a command which wants to use syslog(3) via /dev/log but I want to redirect the output to another syslog process. I don't have root access but could install/use a ...
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1answer
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Why is Ubuntu/Linux /proc/mounts lying to me?

I've got a broken HDD for the rootfs - this probably caused the filesystem to be mounted read-only... however /proc/mounts still says it's mounted rw: $ cat /proc/mounts rootfs / rootfs rw 0 0 ...
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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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mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting in Ubuntu Machine?

I have three machines - machineA 10.108.24.132 machineB 10.108.24.133 machineC 10.108.24.134 and all those machines have Ubuntu 12.04 installed in it and I have root access to all those ...
2
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1answer
41 views

Exclude mounted folders from tar archive

we want to backup our server and this seems to be pretty simple thing to do except one. Currently we use something like this: tar cvpjf backup.tar.bz2 --exclude=/proc --exclude=/lost+found ...
2
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1answer
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Filesystem on a block device that now has another name?

Here's the scenario: I'm attaching a disk to a KVM guest VM, lets say 'vdb' Now I create a partition on 'vdb' and format it as ext4 (vdb1) I mount 'vdb1' and write some data I unmount the 'vdb1' I ...
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Root filesystem filling up, no big files

So im a very new sysadmin, just got out of school and doing my internship. Only problem is that im the only sysadmin in the place and no one to show me the job. Anyway, it's a very small company, ...
2
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1answer
224 views

Mount export of an nfs share

I have two machines A and B that are not on the same network, and I'd like to export an nfs share from one machine to the other. In the middle, I have a machine M that is on both network. I ...
0
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0answers
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Why does xfs_db show ifree=0 but I can still create files?

Recently we ran into a problem with an xfs file system reporting that it had run out of space, even though there was lots of free space left. Because it is a backup volume, we ran into the 5% of space ...
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Samba mounts failover

Due to the nature of my work I always have some samba shares mounted on my Fedora Linux laptop. Sometimes, the network goes down for a while which leads to the system completely freezing in an attempt ...
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How to allow an arbitrary group to mount a file system?

As far as I understood from the mount man page, by default only root is allowed to mount a filesystem. Filesystems with either the user or the users option can be mounted by any user. The owner and ...
1
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1answer
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Access secured windows folder with java on a linux server

We're trying to mount a secured windows share on a linux server, but until now we're unable to do so. This is the setup we're having: A linux server that runs a java application A windows share that ...
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1answer
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Unable to change access permissions on external ntfs Harddrive [closed]

I am fairly new with Linux when it comes to mounting hard drives, so hopefully this is a simple question. I recently purchased a 3TB hard drive that would have read/write access with both Mac and ...
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ERROR when mounting RHEL samba share on another RHEL server

I have a server (let's call it ServerA) where I have configured two Samba shares, that are currently accessed from a few Windows computers with no issues. I've also been able to mount these two ...
1
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1answer
142 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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Mount linux partition as Windows network share over internet

I have a Linux server running RHEL 6. I have two Windows servers. All servers are connected directly to the web with an external IP, they are not in a local lan. What I would like to achieve is to ...
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NFS host is not exporting the “share”

I have a NFS Server: usanfsd01 And a remote machine: usafssd01 I tried mounting a directory from usafssd01 onto usanfsd01 by adding the following line to /etc/fstab as root ...
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1answer
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mounting a linux network shared directory onto a directory of another linux server

I apologize in advance if this a noob question. I have two servers, NFS Server: usanfsd01 LINUX Server: usalnxd01 I've to mount the usanfsd01:/nfs/data directory onto the usalnxd01:/lnxwd directory. ...
0
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How to mount a filesystem in a read-only environment?

I have the problem that my machine turned the root filesystem into readonly mode and remounting it as writeable won't work: # mount -o remount,rw /dev/sda1 / mount: block device /dev/sda1 is ...
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How to specify automount when usb or mobile disk pluged in, not on boot

from the man page of fstab auto - file system will mount automatically at boot, or when the command 'mount -a' is issued. noauto - the filesystem is mounted only when you tell it to. However, what ...
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“Network Error - 53” while trying to mount NFS share in Windows Server 2008 client

CentOS | Windows 2008 I've got a CentOS 5.5 server running nfsd. On the Windows side, I'm running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise. I have the "Files Services" server role enabled and both Client ...
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1answer
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Re-mounting root partition on a live server

We've got a handful of apache/PHP/mysql servers running here, and I've noticed that not one of them have the noatime option specified in any of their fstabs. Given that the PHP applications running on ...
0
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1answer
41 views

Unalterable folder or path to keep a mount point on Linux

I need to mount a tmpfs on a folder like /home/mysite.com/cache but this folder can be delete or changed by a user, but I don't want that the mounted filesystem become broken. Then if the user moves ...
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473 views

With virtualization, does it still make sense to use multiple mount points?

In 2013, does it make sense to still have multiple mount points on a new Linux image, or does allocating all space to / make more sense? I'd prefer to avoid the reboot required to increase the size ...
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Can't mount ecrytpfs as a non-root user on Red Hat

I'm trying to mount a ecryptfs volume on Red Hat as a regular user. ecryptfs-utils is installed from source (repos only contain old versions). Mounting as root works normally, but trying with a ...
0
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1answer
211 views

Mount dell perc (megaraid) partitions on linux box without hardware raid

I have sata hard disk extracted from Dell server with perc 5i. I need to save data on another linux box, without hardware raid. Is it possible? How? I know there are two partitions on this disk, but ...
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Accidentally mounted / in two places. How do I fix this? (And how do I mount it correctly to the device I want?)

I'm using a test Amazon EC2 server with a small (~10GB) disk at /dev/xvda1. I also have a block device (~500GB) attached at /dev/xvdb. I want to use the larger device (/dev/xvda1) for everything so ...
5
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1answer
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Why is mount is forcing me to specify -t ext4 for one partition, but not the other?

I have two very similar partitions, /dev/sdb1 (labeled 'bigb') and /dev/sdc1 (labeled 'bigc'). I used to be able to mount both of them using mount -n -L bigX /mnt/donottouch/localX (with X being b or ...
0
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1answer
126 views

Mounting NFS Folder on to a Remote Machine (Both machines are on Red Hat Linux)

I'm a newbie to Linux and would need some advice on the thing I'm trying to achieve with regards to mounting a NFS Folder I have a NFS Server: usanfsd01 And a remote machine: usafssd01 I've a ...
0
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1answer
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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How to edit/add file in VMDK

I have a VMDK (with several partitions) file which I need to modify. It is not attached to any particular virtual machine. I've tried using vmware-mount (from the VDDK toolset) in on Ubuntu server ...
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Detecting a newly configured raid array without restarting

So, I created a 4-drive raid10 array on an LSI card (9285-8e) via megacli: # megacli -CfgSpanAdd -R10 -Array0 [252:4,252:5] -Array1 [252:6,252:7] -a1 This completed fine, and I see the device in ...
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1answer
145 views

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 ...
0
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ls: reading directory ./: Input/output error via S3FS

I have a bucket with more than ten thousand files. I am getting the following error while doing 'ls -l' folder but working fine for less than 1000 files in the folder. Any suggestions? ls: reading ...
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1answer
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How to remember a mount point

I am using Red Hat Enterprise 6.3 and I have just mounted a new volume in one folder of my preference. After reboot that mount point was lost and the volume was mounted at his original place. In ...