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Is there a way to alter default mount options for the xfs filesystem?

Q1. Is there a way to alter default mount options for the xfs filesystem? E.g. for ext2/3/4 it is done in /etc/mke2fs.conf file. Q2. Also is there a way to see default mount option on the mounted xfs ...
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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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NFS not working on bonded NFS interface - mount.nfs: No such device

We have an error message when trying to mount NFS on a RHEL server. NFS works fine on all our other servers, but not on 2 freshly kickstarted servers with the error "mount.nfs: No such device". ...
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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 ...
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Quick way to restore or reload /etc/fstab settings?

I'm working with a complex /etc/fstab on a RHEL 6.x-based server. The system has a variety of mount options in use across eight partitions, including several bind mounts. I'm testing options and their ...
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Feisty network mount refuses to umount

I have a particular network share that's giving me grief. Basically, we had two NAS devices which had to be moved to another building. I updated /etc/fstab to the new IP addresses and tried to remount ...
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Why do mounted file systems without ACL options still respect POSIX ACLs?

According to mount, the file system does not have the ACL option: $ mount /dev/mapper/sys_vg-root_lv on / type ext3 (rw) However, I could still setfacl and getfacl on this file system. Perhaps I'm ...
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Mount samba filesystem into RHEL 5.5

How can I mount windows share file system into RHEL? I'm not a sysadmin, but I got this task assigned :( I've tried this solution mount -t smbfs -o username=samba,password=samba ...
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mount: mount to NFS server 'IPADDRESS' failed: RPC Error: Program not registered

I've got two Redhat5/CentOS systems which share a folder. I'm trying to change the shared folder location, but I ran into this error on the machine on which the folder is mounted... How can I correct ...
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Red Hat Linux - Publicly available CIFS mount

I have mounted a Windows file system on a Dell server running RHEL 2.6.18-164.11.1.el5 using a software called Sharity. The filesystem is accessible just fine to the userid that ran the mount command ...
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What does the -P option do to mount?

I'm migrating from an archaic version of Red Hat to Ubuntu 9. When going through my old nfs mount script, I found that it contained the -P option. So my script looks like: sudo mount -t nfs -o -P ...
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Getting NFS clients to retry mount if NFS server down when client boots

I have an NFS server that several clients mount. I am using the following in my /etc/exports on the server: /content *(rw,no_root_squash) and on the clients in my /etc/fstab I have: ...
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Setting Redhat to mount CDROMs with execute permission automatically

When I place a CDROM with some scripts into the drive, Redhat will automatically mount a folder on the desktop. However, I can't execute the scripts on that CD. To do that, I have to manually mount ...
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Problem mounting an NFS drive using autofs on CentOS5.3

I'm having a lot of difficulty with this seemingly simple problem. All I want to do is mount an NFS directory over a private network. I've checked the exportfs from the exporting side and it is ...