Network File System (NFS) is a network file system protocol originally developed by Sun Micro systems in 1984, allowing a user on a client computer to access files over a network in a manner similar to how local storage is accessed. NFS, like many other protocols, builds on the Open Network ...

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NFS Server “outbound” bandwidth consumption

I need to understand about something in NFS (Server). Let say i have: Two Different Clouds (One Server on each) One NFS Server One Apache Server (as the NFS Client) with a NFS Mounted Directory ...
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Mount only sub-directory in NFS export

On my NAS I export one single filesystem: /mnt/datastore *(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,all_squash,fsid=0) With /mnt/datastore/ being the mount point of a FUSE based concatenation of a bunch of disks. ...
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Random machine hangs with NFSv4 on CentOS/RHEL 6.5

We have an in-house "compute farm" with about 100 CentOS (free re-distribution of RHEL) 5.7 and 6.5 x86_64 servers. (We are in the process of upgrading all the 5.7 boxes to 6.5.) All these machines ...
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Passing Linux NFS traffic through Windows Server 2008

We are developing an embedded device that runs on Linux and uses NFS mounts to aid in development. We are working in two private network spaces (172.16.x.y and 192.168.0.n). The 192 network contains ...
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rsnapshot Freezes when Backing up to NFS Mount

I've got a Server running Ubuntu Server 14.04 server that has been doing periodic back-ups to an NFS mounted NAS using rsnapshot for several months now without issue. Last week we added a few more ...
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Does Windows 8.1 have a built in NFS server (Windows Pro or Enterprise)? [closed]

I would like to have files in a Windows machine accessible on a ESXi machine (a type 1 hypervisor with a Linux Kernal). Both computers are in the same network and connected to a router with Ethernet. ...
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What are all the NFS servers available for Windows 8.1? [closed]

I have two computers, one's running Windows 8.1, and the other one is running ESXi. I want files in the Windows computer accessible in the ESXi computer as datastore. What are all the server ...
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OS X 10.9 NFSv4 mount option fails with “Program version wrong” [migrated]

I'm trying to mount an NFSv4 export in OS X 10.9 from localhost. man mount_nfs suggests that mount -t nfs -o nfsvers=4 127.0.0.1:/export/path mnt/pnt should do the trick but then exits with code 75 ...
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Can you mount a NFS server to an NFS server? [closed]

If you could have multiple NFS servers connected/mounted to a single NFS server, you could theoretically have an infinite amount of data (given that there are lots of NFS and hard drives) I know that ...
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How to get disk stats when non-reachable nfs drives are mounted? [closed]

Sadly, df hangs whenever a non-reachable network drive is mounted. Even if you ask to exclude the nfs drives with its -x option, it still queries for that drive's info and hangs. Is there another way ...
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Use VPNC only for NFS mount

I have a configured and working vpnc connection. I have a configured and working NFS mount. My local computer is the client. The NFS server is remote (in the same rack as the other end of the VPN ...
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NFS service fails on LX-Containers

When I restart NFS daemon on my LX-Container I see below mssages service nfs restart Shutting down NFS daemon: [FAILED] Shutting down NFS mountd: ...
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NFS randomly mounts wrong server

I have run into a problem with NFS which has me baffled. I can't even come up with a plausible explanation for it. I have ten machines: slave1 (10.0.0.10) - slave10 (10.0.0.20) Each one runs NFS ...
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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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Is this possible/advisable to establish SAMBA share across domains?

I realize this question will likely turn out rather complex and require a lenghty description. Likewise there’ll probably not be any short simple answer. I’ve got a large data-store (a SAN) that is ...
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Vagrant NFS share doesn't show updated file if size doesn't change on PhpStorm [migrated]

I searched in many place but I don't find an answer to my question. Same question has already posted here : Vagrant NFS share doesn't show updated file if size doesn't change But the solution ...
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How to manage the nfs client after a nfs service restart?

After a restart of the NFS service, how do I manage the clients? All the clients I have do not have an NFS entry in the /etc/fstab, so I will not be able to do mount -a to refresh the connections. ...
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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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Linux NFS - 'stat' on defunct NFS mount causes blocked ('D') state processes and high load average

I'm rearranging some NFS mounts - tidying up and decommissioning them. As part of this, my 'management' server has gained a huge load average, because of nagios kicking off 'stat' on the NFS mounts. ...
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Permission Denied on Solaris 10 NFS share, shared trough Windows Server 2008R2

We have a NFS share on Windows Server 2008 R2. NTFS permissions for ANONYMOUS LOGON and Everyone groups are set to Full control. When mounting this share on our Solaris workstation, it mounts and we ...
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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 know when to properly use iSCSI, NFS or SMB?

I have a File Server running Windows Server 2012 R2. It has four 6TB Western Digital RED drives. I want to host my Hyper-V Machines, WSUS (Windows Server Update Service) content and WDS/MDT deploy ISO ...
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Fastest way to copy small files over secure network without regard for file mod times or size

I want to sync files in dir1 and dir2 (two different servers). I do not care if the file sizes or modification times differ. EXAMPLE: dir1 contains file1, file2, file3, file4, and dir2 contains ...
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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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What is a good configuration for a zpool built from 8-10 SSD for a home file server exported via NFS?

So we have a bunch of SSD disks and would like to put them in a zpool on a Solaris 10 system. The file system will be exported via NFS to about 50 Ubuntu clients which will mount it as their $HOME. I ...
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Permission denied with nginx and nfs

I have two RHEL 7 machines. I have installed nginx and php-fpm and setup a nfs mount. I can read/write to the nfs mount without issues and I have another application server (Apache Geronimo) that is ...
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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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in-memory-cache of specific files from NFS

I have some diskless machines and they mount a disk through NFS4. I want the machines to maintain a cache of specific files in their own memory. The machines don't modify the files and only read them ...
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XenServer 6.2: reattach SR but all disks have no description

I have recently reinstalled XenServer on my server. All the VHD files were stored on my NAS via NFS, so I re-added the NFS SR after reinstallation. However, all my VMs seem to be missing, and the ...
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How to find reason for hanging process (probably I/O related)

on Ubuntu 14.04 when I open a file browser or an "Open File" Dialog, the application hangs for about 5 to 10 seconds. I suspect this is due to some NFS requests. But how can I find out for sure? Is ...
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NFS alternative

I'm running a storage server that has to mount home-dirs of different users at several (5) centos servers. The NFS storage server has direct Fibrechannel storage (with high speed, verified). When the ...
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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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nfs mount passwordless login

Setup: OS : CentOS5 node 1 : 172.16.1.1 sandbox1.local node 2 : 172.16.1.2 sandbox2.local The nodes have the hostnames in the hots file. Pinging to each other works fine. Problem: My home is ...
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ZFS on Linux denied access when accessing child dataset on NFS

This is on 12.04 LTS with the latest ZFS on Linux from the ppa. I have two a storage pool named data, and a dataset data/Other with different settings (e.g. compression). I set data to sharenfs and ...
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NFS Write Permissions — ls -l shows I have it; I actually don't

I have an NFS server serving several clients. Permissions work fine with all clients except one. The client mounts the nfs share fine, with permissions all correctly placed to the right users. ...
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rsnapshot: cp: preserving permissions – operation not supported

I am trying to use rsnapshot for backuping my server on mounted nfs filesystem, but it keeps failing on: /bin/cp: preserving permissions for `...': Operation not supported Backup configuration is ...
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Fedora 21 NFSv4 mount hangs for a long time, then times out; showmount -e works

I have a fedora 21 server with the following /etc/exports: /mnt/scainet 192.168.1.0/24(rw,sync) On my client on the same subnet, connected to the server through a hub, I run mount -t nfs ...
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NFS delays renames but not writes?

I have some (6) boxes that have an NFS share mounted on which they write files. All run ubuntu 14.01 and the NFS server is a standard nfs-server from ubuntu packages. This works well. However, when ...
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Does it make sense to remove NFS from a simple web server?

Does it make sense security- and performance-wise to remove NFS on a simple server which has ~10 Wordpress websites? Or is simply stopping the services enough?
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NFS Client Issue on CentOS 6: rpcbind not listening on port 111

I'm trying to setup a NFS client on a new CentOS 6.6 server to an existing NFS server and am having problems that I cannot figure out. When starting rpcbind/nfs I get: # /etc/init.d/rpcbind start # ...
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having trouble setting up NFS server on centos 6.5

Setup: Provider: Linode nfs server: a linode with centos 6.5 nfs client: a linode with centos 6.5 When I tried mounting mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting x.x.x.x:/shared This is ...
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Linux fixed file size copy from Windows Server 2012 NFS share

Company is in the process of switching from hosting MongoDB on windows server 2012 to hosting on linux(ubuntu 14.04) Current backup and restore strategy involves copying all the data files via ...
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Is IPSEC used by default on Win7/'08-R2 NFS (TCP139/445&UDP137/138)

We'd like to share files through an Win08R2 EC2 instance with clients (Windows 7 machines) through the default NFS (i.e. avoiding 3rd party software like Dropbox/Aws-s3 etc.). Encryption at rest is ...
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Vagrant NFS shares in Fedora 21 blocked by firewalld

My NFS shares created by vagrant are being blocked by firewalld. The host is Fedora 21 and the client Debian 7.7. This is common problem that should be solved by opening the firewall for NFS as seen ...
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Python libraries slow to load from NFS mount point

Several of our computers are diskless, and they load their Python libraries from an NFS mount point across the network. This means it can take up to three minutes to start up a Python process that ...
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NFSv4 ACLs on gpfs

I try to use NFSv4 over gpfs, but I'm get the following errors: # nfs4_getfacl file Operation to request attribute not supported. # nfs4_setfacl -e file Operation to request attribute not supported. ...
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Chain NFS sharing [closed]

We have a storage server which for some reason cannot be reached directly (and of course not in same network). So we thought that we need to create some kind of chain NFS sharing like; ServerA ...
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Stop file being deleted on NFS mount

I have files stored on an NFS mount which I want to prevent being deleted. The use case is I have a demo version of a web application which uses the same images on every demo - when someone deletes a ...
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What is the difference between rMB_nor/s, rMB_dir/s, and rMB_svr/s in iostat?

I'm trying to interpret the results of running the following command iostat -mnhyc It produces the following Filesystem: rMB_nor/s wMB_nor/s rMB_dir/s wMB_dir/s rMB_svr/s ...
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Doesn't NFSv4 have no_root_squash?

When I in /etc/fstab have nas:/tank/nobackup /mnt/nas nfs exec,nosuid,rw,bg,soft 0 0 then mount -a; mount gives nas:/tank/nobackup on /mnt/nas type nfs ...