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Disable file content/data cache for NFS?

I'm using NFS to share a directory between host (nfs-serer) and guest (nfs-client) system. I did not want to use KVM's preferred module 9p due to slow transfer speeds - NFS, does yield about twenty ...
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NFS: How to allow a specific user to write in a NFS mount?

I wrote a Nagios check which is supposed to check the time it takes a server to write a file to one of it's mounts. The check is being run by user nagios. The NFS server is configured like so: ...
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NFS writes to md-raid extremely slow with busy jbd2 [migrated]

As far as I can remember, this problem appeared after upgrade from Debian Squeeze to Wheezy. The symptom is extremely slow write performance on the server's dmraid exclusively if written via nfs ...
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slow file server with contradictory values for CPU and CPL in atop

I've got a fileserver (centos 6.3) that slowed down suddenly earlier today. The cluster that mounts it could access other NFS mounts without a problem, but the access to this one was VERY slow. ...
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Share disks through NFS on a CoreOS cluster?

Is it possible for a CoreOS cluster to share disk space, e.g. using NFS? If so, how would one go about this? (e.g. in the scenario where one node has a lot of disk space). This would be useful to ...
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nfssvc: Address already in use

I have installed nfs server using yum in my centos 6.3 box. But I couldn't start it. Any idea? # /etc/init.d/nfs start Starting NFS services: [ OK ] Starting NFS ...
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Can NFS server limit the amount of disk space that the NFS client can use?

Let's say in a server A with 100GB partition, user create a NFS export directory. In server B, user mount the NFS share to use it. In server A, can the NFS server limit the amount of disk space that ...
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What are some good ways to identify nfs clients that cause high load on nfs server

Sometimes my nfs4 server is under high load. Is there any good tools identify which client causes it. running iotop and nfsstat on nfs server shows only general load information which does not help to ...
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Which match takes precedence when exporting an NFS share?

Say you're exporting an NFS share using IP addresses and netmasks to give different machines different permissions: [/etc/exports] /media/shared 192.168.0.64/26(rw,[...]) 192.168.0.0/24(ro,[...]) ...
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chown on items in nfs mount get wrong user

I have an nfs share mounted on my linux box. If users create files or directories, everything works fine and the newly created item is owned by that user. However if root goes in and does a chown on ...
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Is it possible to make the NFS server and client work in single threaded mode?

Do we have any configuration file, so that it might be possible to make the NFS server and the client to work in single threaded mode ?
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Combining two conditions for configuring NFS Server

Linux newbie here! Having a bit of trouble with writing the NFS config. I want to allow /directory/somedirectory to be accessed (read/write permission) to users that are part of 'group1' AND are also ...
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Centos7 not allowing nfs to be served

I just did a fresh centos7 and fedora 20 install on 2 systems. I have several current systems running on the network and can connect to an existing nfs share no problems. when any system triest to ...
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Can't read file perms from Linux when file is open in Windows (NFS share)

I have a folder that is shared from Windows (2012 R2) via NFS, and mounted in Linux (Ubuntu 14.04). Everything is working fine, except that when a file is open in Windows, even if it's just Read ...
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rsync chgrp Failing on NFS

I am trying to set up NFS on two servers to share files. The owner of the files in question have the same UID and GID on NFS Server and each NFS client. The NFS Server is running on Ubuntu 14.04 and ...
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unable to write to mount point (nfs-server), getting “Permission denied”

I'm trying to configure NFS between two RHEL7 nodes: first node: [root@ip-10-164-175-246 ~]# cat /etc/redhat-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.0 (Maipo) [root@ip-10-164-175-246 ~]# ...
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Possible to use nfs-client in VM with non-bridged network adapter?

I've just discovered that when an nfs client connects to an nfs server, it sends the client's IP address to the server -- mount -vvv reports: ... mount.nfs: trying text-based options ...
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Single NFS folder shared across multiple clients

I'm trying to mount a single NFS folder from server say "/share/folder" to multiple clients up to 32 clients, and the clients tries to access the folder and create files. The problem I'm facing is ...
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Cannot find NFS server logs on CentOS 6.5

I cannot find the logs for a NFS server on a CentOS 6.5 machine. grep -Rni "nfs" /var/log/messages returns nothing useful. The NFS service is running and I am able to mount the NFS share from most ...
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Confirm IPTables firewall settings for NFS v4 server?

This question has been asked here before but has conflicting and possibly outdated answers. It seems to depend on OS, version of OS, and version of NFS. On a CentOS 6.5 server, the default rules are ...
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Yet Another NFS Permissions Error: Linux NFS4 Access Denied ('Auth Bogus Credentials (seal broken)') from NAT'd VM

Inside the VM, host address is 10.0.2.2, local address is 10.0.2.15. (VirtualBox). This gets translated to 127.0.0.1 on the host side. To connect: sudo mount -vvvt nfs4 -o clientaddr=127.0.0.1 ...
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Fully disable IPv6 for rpc on NFS server - Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

I'm trying to disable IPv6 completely on my NFS server (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS precise), but still seem to have some IPv6 ports listening as shown when I run netstat -lp: Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address ...
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ZFS, NFS and Nexenta

Is this message familiar to someone ? zfs-clu-01a rpcmod: [ID 851375 kern.warning] WARNING: svc_cots_kdup no slots free zfs-clu-01a last message repeated 75220 times We have a lot of trouble ...
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NFS server export list empty

After upgrading my router, I am unable to mount NFS shares from a Debian server on an OS X client. I have updated /etc/exports according to the new IP address of the client (first line previously ...
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new centos os servers, nfs mounting is really slow

So i am setting up two new boxes (actually linodes) nfs.server - CentOS release 6.2 in my /etc/export i have /home/unit 192.168.131.103(sync,insecure,no_subtree_check,no_root_squash,rw) ...
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NFS mount still connected even after box is disconnected from network

I have a mount between a RHEL 5.6 and a Solaris 6 box acting as the NFS server. My mount options are simply rw,intr. When I disconnect the RHEL linux box from the network I am still able to write ...
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Augeas edit option if it exist, add otherwise - while referencing newly created node

I want to do something along the lines of: set /files/etc/exports/dir[. = '/export/home'][client = '10.0.0.0/8'] /export/home set /files/etc/exports/dir[. = '/export/home'][client = ...
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Read only NFS mount with local writes allowed

I would want to share a directory via NFS only read-only (data should not be corrupted). However I would want the client to be able to use the mounted folder as if it was read write, as transparently ...
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Mount large nfs folder on small server - is it possible?

For example, we have: Server A with 30 Gb disk space Server B with 500 Gb disk space. It has /media folder (100 Gb - it's more, than whole A server disk space) I want to mount /media on server A. ...
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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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Removing and copying files slow on NFS folder

I have a server that hosts images and allows access to one directory for one client over NFS. The directory contains about 70K images and is 12GB big. When I execute commands like cp or rm on the ...
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Is there a way to limit the network bandwidth / filesystem use per user over NFS on a Solaris 10 file server?

We have a large file server running on Solaris 10 and about 200 computing nodes running on Ubuntu. The nodes access the file server over NFS. The load gets larger and larger over time. Is there a way ...
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Upgrading NFS/NIS Shared `/home` Setup

I am currently managing a network of workstations running different flavours of Ubuntu. The server (also Ubuntu) runs a NIS server and exports a shared /home directory over NFS (in v3 compatibility ...
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NFS performace degradation [closed]

I work for a small software house. We share our developers' home directories over NFS. The primary use for this is to host the users' git repository. Since last week, there has been a signficant ...
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Sharing LINUX NFS Folder on Windows Server

I have some CSV files on Linux. I would like to load them into my SQL Server with a stored procedure. I'm looking for a way to share the files via NFS with my Windows Server. I was wondering if ...
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NFS directory not working

On the client server the NFS mount on /oracle/r12/inst/apps/database1 works as expected, but /oracle/r12/apps does not. For example if I touch test in /oracle/r12/inst/apps/database1 the file test ...
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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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NFS issue: clients can mount shares as NFSv3 but not as NFSv4 — or how to debug NFS?

Problem description I have a file server running Debian. On it I have a few NFS shares. When I mount the shares from a client using NFSv3 (mount.nfs 10.0.0.51:/exports/video /mnt -o ...
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GNU/Linux: nfsd will not die

I have a server that will not export NFS. It seems nfsd is hanging. So in an attempt to restart it, I tried to kill nfsd: # ps aux |grep '\[nfsd\]' | wc -l 8 # killall -9 nfsd # ps aux |grep ...
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/etc/exports & mount option

In my Linux server I have the following options in /etc/exports /home *(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,no_root_squash) And I mount from a Mac using mount -t nfs -o ...
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NFS server is ignoring anonuid?

On NFS server I've got user with UID=1024 and GID=1204. On client side too. Both servers are CentOS 6.4 (2.6.32-358.2.1.el6.x86_64). Right now anonuid/anongid is not working. Files aren't mapped to ...
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nfs, execution denied

I have server (debian 6) machine (say, ip = 10.13.13.100) with nfs exports /etc/exports /path/to/my/shared/folder 10.13.13.0/24(rw,async,no_sub_tree_check,no_root_squash) There are two users on ...
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How to find files with top io on solaris ZFS?

I have a Solaris 10 ZFS based NFS server. The physical disks are more or less at their maximum io rates. Performance is very bad - so we will add spindles. The NFS solely serves as storage for ...
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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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How to mount an NFS share in a VM guest?

We have a machine with Win7-x64 installed. On this machine, with VirtualBox, we're running a guest Fedora-x64. We've defined an NFS share on this Fedora instance. Here is the entry in /etc/exports: ...
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Dual Linux NFS Server Failover - nfsv4leastime / nfsv4gracetime

first time here posting, i hope i won't do many mistakes. I've a setup with 2 NFS server. They're using corosync/pacemaker + drbd to offer active/passive nfs server. Distro used is Ubuntu latest LTS ...
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NFS soft mount timeout too slow

We have a VERY busy cluster of servers. Our 16 app servers serve our application off of a local SSD on each machine, but they also process images which are then served off of our cdn. Because of this, ...
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Preventing NFS Denial of Service

I have a NFS4 server running Ubuntu 10.04 Server, on an enterprise environment with 50+ clients. Overall, everything works fine, but from time to time, some client starts making +1000 NFS operations ...
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NFS daemon not starting up with error message “Kernel does not have pseudo root support”

My nfs daemon is not starting up anymore. I see the following entries in the syslog: Sep 26 18:21:10 VOXWEBPRODDHNCGN001 mountd[3401]: Kernel does not have pseudo root support. Sep 26 18:21:10 ...
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NFS4: rpc.idmapd or nfs.idmap upcall?

https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/filesystems/nfs/idmapper.txt states: The file /etc/request-key.conf will need to be modified so /sbin/request-key can direct the upcall. The following line ...