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Kerberized NFS (any gss) requires Kerberos tickets. You'll have to use the much less secure sys security level if you want uses to be able to access NFS without tickets. It would be better to have users acquire tickets when they log in. Ether by using sssd or pam_krb5 as part of you pam auth stack, or by credential delegation for ssh (i.e. ...


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I see you've set the max values for rsize and wsize, and assuming no network or CPU bottlenecks this is likely the best you're going to get. Certainly NFS is the fastest option for a network mount. You can test the speeds you're getting with various r and w sizes through trial and error. Take a look at http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/NFS-HOWTO/performance.html ...



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