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2answers
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Will locally mounting root filesystems of all remote servers being managed eliminate need to share dotfiles?

I've got about 10 remote servers being managed, through SSH, and I typically just SSH into each of them for remote management tasks. This requires me to have duplicated many of my dotfiles (like ...
2
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1answer
113 views

NFS drops out when .bat script is run

I have a .bat script that runs from a Windows 7 machine. Part of the script is to use plink to ssh into a Red Hat machine and run a couple commands. I have about 4 or 5 plink commands within the ...
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4answers
694 views

Securing NFS against SSH tunneling

I was idly reading http://nfs.sourceforge.net/nfs-howto/ar01s06.html trying to understand why localhost exports were bad when I got to the section "6.4. Tunneling NFS Through SSH". Everything in that ...
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1answer
152 views

Remote filesystem with files caching

Here is my current setup: I connect on a DSL line using SSH to a remote linux box with samba installed. I create a tunnel by forwarding port 139 on my local linux box. I then use smbmount to access ...
0
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1answer
560 views

Passwordless ssh with NFS+NIS

I'm playing around with a cluster (with torque+open-mpi). I have a master node and compute nodes. Master submit jobs to computes nodes. To do it I use NIS+NFS in order to unify UID's and home ...
0
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1answer
187 views

Mounting share over VPN

I have a CentOS 5 web server which currently mounts a NFS export on my Mac OS X 10.7 laptop. It works great, except over VPN I can't get it to mount at all. I tried SMBUp but haven't been able to get ...
0
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1answer
83 views

Secure Access to NFS Share?

Is it safe to use an NFS share as the root of a web directory on another server? Under this config, multiple users would place their files on the NFS (not the web server). How would you go about ...
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1answer
2k views

Access NFS share from cygwin?

We have a Windows 2003 Server on which we have installed Microsoft's Services for UNIX, and we have mounted a few NFS shares that contain shared resources that we need to access from this box. When I ...
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2answers
675 views

Can't connect to ssh after nfs problem

I had a problem yesterday with a server that lost connection (S1). From that server, there was a dir shared with NFS to another one (S2), no homedir and not in $PATH, but a dir to store old files for ...
1
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1answer
432 views

ssh hangs after one NFS server died

I have several front-end servers and a NFS server. Front-end servers all mounted the same NFS server. Unfortunately the NFS server died today, and the weird thing is I can't log into any front-end ...
1
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1answer
74 views

ssh authentication nfs

I would like to do ssh from machine "ub0" to another machine "ub1" without using passwords. I setup using nfs on "ub0" but still I am asked to insert a password. Here is my scenario: machine ub0 ...
0
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3answers
498 views

Samba permissions on a Debian server with Fedora client

I have a Debian server sharing files via Samba. I can access the files via Windows with no problems whatsoever, but when I try to mount the share on a Fedora client using the same credentials I am ...