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Nov
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awarded  Caucus
Nov
15
answered Can I use user-based kerberos authenication with NFSv4?
Nov
7
answered What are some good ways to identify nfs clients that cause high load on nfs server
Oct
29
answered iptables Tips & Tricks
Sep
30
answered Mapping UID and GID of local user to the mounted NFS share
Sep
29
comment Since Upgrading NFS and Ubuntu to 14.04, All NFS Mounts Are Failing
try to run rpc.gssd by hand. On RHEL systems you need additionally SECURE_NFS="yes". May be it's not required for ubuntu as well.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
24
comment Is it possible to make the NFS server and client work in single threaded mode?
if you talk about linux, then client is single threaded by design, and numer of server threads steered by /proc/fs/nfsd/threads file.
Sep
15
comment Centos7 not allowing nfs to be served
check the firewall settings on your centos7 host.
Aug
19
awarded  Revival
Jul
21
comment Mounting NFS with sync option but without noac option
Please describe what you want to achieve
Jul
8
awarded  Yearling
Jul
7
comment NFSv4 idmapd ignores Nobody-User
Do you have user ftp on the client host?
Jun
27
comment NFSv4 idmapd ignores Nobody-User
The problem is that your nfs server can't map uid 107 to a valid name and already sends 'nobody'.
Jun
19
comment Kerberized nfs4 mounts ERROR: No credentials found for connection to server
May be encryption is too strong/weak. What is in your krb5.conf?
Jun
1
comment Is there a way to see what files have been added or changed after a certain time/date?
for case 'a', you can use 'find -ctime -mtime'. Generally, you can enable audit to watch the changes: cyberciti.biz/tips/…
May
23
comment NFS client requests file one at a time when listing directory
I am afraid, the metadata operations with any network file system is a pain over high latency connections. But I am not a samba expert.
May
23
comment NFS client requests file one at a time when listing directory
nfs4 can't help here. on high latency connections, try more aggressive caching options: check acregmax and acdirmax mount options.
May
3
reviewed No Action Needed Problems in testing telnet using postfix
Apr
26
comment Single process blocks NFS mount on entire node
Linux's nfs client uses only a single connection to the server and doesn't send a new request as long as reply for last one not arrived. You can try to mount with smaller rsize/wsize and and shorter timeout.