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 client replaces some remote folders with local folders

I am not sure if the title is descriptive enough, but I did my best to explain the problem. I have an Ubuntu 12.04 NFS server sharing home folder of user MyUser as /home/MyUser I also have a client ...
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<Directory /> doesn't (always) apply its settings to NFS-mounted home directories

Two different machines, a production and a test machine, are running CentOS 6, with the CentOS Apache package installed, and both version 2.2.15. The configuration on the test machine is an exact ...
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Mounted gluster volume only accessible by root

I have a 2-node cluster with each node having two HDDs. The home directory of mpiuser is shared between the nodes via NFS(Used guide here). The 2nd HDD of each node was used to create a gluster ...
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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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getting rid of unused listening ports (kernel)

As a follow-up on this question, I have that issue (ports that are reported listening in netstat, but have no process linked to it) and it's the nlockmgr that's actually using these ports according to ...
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Poor performance executing “cp -al” over a NFS export

I am in the process of implementing a backup of a WD My Book Live Duo. This device is configured with software RAID0. The backup source directory is the root of the device, and the destination is a ...
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How to make shared space from HDDs of nodes in a cluster?

I have a 2-node cluster with each node having two HDDs. I want make a scratch space common to both nodes using the second HDD of each cluster. I mounted the 2nd HDD of master node as /home and have an ...
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An unknown tool is wiping our Virtual Machines and we can't ID it

A console view of a Windows 2008 R2 VM, on vSphere is showing the following screen: "Operation 2 of 2" "Wiping disk" Can someone advise on what this program is? Some information on this mystery: ...
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Why does samba include seemingly bogus “supplementary groups”?

Our environment is subject to the "16 group limit" with Samba. We are using Samba version 3.6.12. Basically if a user is in more than 16 groups, the whole system gets hosed and things go haywire. ...
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Why are server side permissions on an NFS share changed when mounting from Windows 2008 R2 per Folder Redirection?

I have a CentOS server, that exports its /home directory through NFS. Another CentOS client machine is mounting these just fine, and using the exported home as its own home directory. Its /etc/exports ...
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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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“The volume for a file has been externally altered …” and setting file sizes on write to NFS from Windows

I have set up NFS access to HDFS. I can connect to the default root share from both Windows and Linux clients and all clients can read from the share. Writing from the Linux client is also ok. When ...
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Process can't see recently created symlink on NFS

I have a small amount of old ubuntu desktops connected by a switch acting as a mini test cluster. The workers take commands from a master node via the SLURM queue manager. They share a data mount and ...
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ec2 systemd unable to mount nfs on boot and it times out

I'm running latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.0 (Maipo): [root@ip-10-184-161-46 ~]# cat /etc/redhat-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.0 (Maipo) ...
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Linux NFS mounted Windows network share

I am setting up a new box (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS) to play with and I mounted (via mount.cifs) a windows network share at /mnt/common. Also added the lines to fstab, mounts just fine at boot time. Now when ...
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Mounting NFS with sync option but without noac option

When I mount using the sync option: sudo mount -o vers=4,soft,sync,sec=none -t nfs 192.168.1.198:/js.js /mnt/self the sync option doesn't seem to get applied: $ cat /proc/mounts | grep nfs ...
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FreeBSD 10: NFS unable to export folder

I am unable to export a folder using NFS. /etc/exports /storage/test -maproot=nobody client /storage/test1 -ro -maproot=nobody client /storage/test2 -ro -maproot=nobody client The first folder ...
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NFS clients seeing stale state

I have a server exporting partition as: /data/foo *.example.com(rw,sync,all_squash,anonuid=502,anongid=502,subtree_check) ... and client mounting it as: myhost:/data/foo /home/myuser/foo ...
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Mounting NFS shares with pam_mount module

I am setting up a classroom environment where Windows 2012 R2 Server is used as a domain controller and file server. All the clients will be Kubuntu 14.04. I have set up the domain and NFS shares ...
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Stop/Prevent NFS from resolving symbolic links in a share

I have an AWS instance that is running NFS. This is my exports file: /home/ec2-user/media *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,insecure) /home/ec2-user/var *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,insecure) Those directories ...
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Linux read disk cache and NFS

I am interested in the impact of the read disk cache on accessing a file through NFS. Lets say I have a file on NFS. I access it (do "cat myfile") from a linux host "A". If there's enough RAM a file ...
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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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XenServer 6.2: unable to detach NFS mount

We recently lost an NFS server. It was used to export a drive with ISO files for use in XenServer patching / updating / etc. The server has been replaced but the mounted drive can't be removed from ...
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FreeNAS NFS locks create extra files

I just upgraded FreeNAS from 8 to 9.2.1.6-RELEASE and now I am having some trouble with (what seems like) NFS locks. I am using the ZipArchive from PHP to add files to ZIP archives that are on an NFS ...
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Deletion of User and home directory from NFS

I have 10 systems with opensuse installed in each of them.I have created 2 servers such that one is NIS and other is NFS , i have added lets say 5 users to NIS and their corresponding home ...
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Start Apache after GlusterFS mount on boot

I want to start Apache after mounting a NFS (GlusterFS) share, but it keeps starting before the mount step. I set the order in /etc/rc*.d/ but it didn't work. I always can edit the scripts to sleep a ...
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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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nfs client in vmware: access denied by server?

I have 2 machines with identically configured /etc/fstab's and identical versions of Ubuntu LTS. Fstab otherhost:/otherdir /mnt/otherdir nfs defaults 0 0 When mounting an nfs client: mount ...
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Red Hat with rpc.statd is not running and can't start nfslock

I try to mount from Linux machine to some folder on win machine. From the output I see that mount complains about rpc.statd. So I tried to start the nfslock but I got FAILED. Then I look on the ...
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NTFS Share vs. NFS Datastore on VMware 5.5

I am currently using Physical Server 2012R2 of 10TB RAID5 mapped as a NTFS share to the Virtual Machine, which is a Camera Server 2012R2 hosted on VMware 5.5. Storage Server is used only for all video ...
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storage traffic not going through Bonded interface

hi few days back i have asked a question here choosing network interface based on network purpose on my Centos server there are 4 NICs i bonded first two NICs and created bond0 with an MTU of 8600 ...
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Debian nfs-client shows nobody:nogroup

i have a running ldap-server, which works well with my webserver. Now i tried to get the nfs-server running with my a MySQL server. I (think) i did the same things like on my webserver configuration. ...
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automount - autofs mount issue on CentOS 6.5

Server CentOS 6.5 and Selinux is permissive My NFS server share in /etc/exports /home/unixmen/ 10.0.0.0/24 (rw,sync,no_root_squash) Client running on another CentOS 6.5 host , is able to mount ...
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NFSv4 idmapd ignores Nobody-User

I have a folder which is owned by ftp:users. I wanted to export this folder and have all requests mapped to the ftp user, which has id 107. In /etc/exportsI have the following: /media/other ...
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Window 2008 inherit permissions from parent on file created on linux nfs share connected to Windows

I have a Windows 2008 server with a NFS share called myhost/host_dev. The windows NFS share is set up to allow 'unmapped user access'. I am able to mount a Linux directory to that share using mount -t ...
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choosing network interface based on network purpose [closed]

i have 3 NIC with ip address 10.10.10.2-eth0, 10.10.10.3-eth1, 10.10.10.4-eth2 An NFS server with IP 10.10.10.5 and want this NFS share to be accessed only through 10.10.10.3 that is through eth1 ...
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existing files are “invisible” to some applications

I have a problem with accessing files on an ext4 file system mounted as type NFS on a Linux server running CENTOS 6.5. I know the files exist on this file system because I can see them when I ...
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Facing NFS file transfer issue, file gets truncated

I am getting this error while transferring files using NFS, and the file size is getting truncated Can anyone give me a hint? We tried 2GB, and the file gets truncated at 400 MB. Jun 20 11:09:22 ...
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Vagrant synced_folder syntax for nfs options (trying to disable nfs_export)

I'm trying to disable the nfs_export option in my Vagrantfile, so that Vagrant will not touch my /etc/exports. The Vagrant documentation says: NFS synced folders have a set of options that can be ...
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Is it possible to configure the Linux kernel I/O scheduler for an NFS mount?

On a normal block device you can change the i/o scheduler like this: # cat /sys/block/hda/queue/scheduler noop anticipatory deadline [cfq] # echo anticipatory > /sys/block/hda/queue/scheduler # ...
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CIFS and NFS: Permissions and underlying file systems

I have been doing a little reading, but am not completely clear still. My understanding is that NFS permissions are fairly black or white, and are controlled by the exports file (I believe there are ...
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NFS client keytab: multiple machines

How should one go about setting up client-side keytab files for each client machine to access network services? My working example is NFSv4, which requires each client to have a Kerberos keytab ...
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What's the best way to mitigate NFS and sudo?

Quick background: We have 40 workstations running Linux. NFS is used extensively for bulk data storage and home directories. This allows users to roam freely will relatively transparent file ...
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How to prevent autofs from stalling system when nfs share is not available

This problem has been there in OpenSuSE 10.1-12.3 and (K)Ubuntu 10.04-14.04 and I'd like to get rid of it now: We have a common software directory on an NFS share. Client-side autofs setup # ...
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LDAP + NFS + automount home directories permissions issue

When an LDAP user logs into the system they have incorrect permissions to their home directory. LDAP and NFS services exist on the same server. The directory shows the correct ownership / ...
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Clarification on NFS export options

Do the NFSv4 root_squash and all_squash (and their no_ alternatives) export options have any effect if the filesystem is exported read only? Basically, all all these lines equivalent: /var/www/html ...
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Cachefilesd (cachefiles) everything seems to be set up, still not working

I'm trying to set up cachefilesd to work with my network folder shared using NFS. I have seemingly everything set up, however cachefilesd starts normally, however caching isn't functioning. Here is ...
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NFS default to 777

I have an NFS share. This share is shared between several different applications. Our web server is running PHP and when it creates directories it is not setting the permissions correctly so it cannot ...
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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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How do I configure an NFS server to accept all mount requests?

Adding 0.0.0.0/32 in /etc/exports does not seem to work. Is there some other configuration option that can be used for this?