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Questions tagged [nfs]

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 recv from server timed out

I haven't been able to figure out why the client cannot mount/use the nfs share I setup. It DOES mount another nfs share, so I'm trying to figure out what is wrong host side. This is a Fedora 21 host. ...
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NFS Slow randomly until network restart

I have an Ubuntu 16 NFS server running, I recently switched network cards in it, until that switch it was fine. At random times it will get super slow browsing NFS, randomly. The only way to fix it ...
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Mount NFS4 share as different user

I have an AWS EFS NFS4 share (shareA) that is mounted by some servers where all files are owned by userA/uid=800. I'd like to mount that share onto the b-series servers, configured to look like userB/...
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Apache 2.2 reading from NFS returns 404 for about one minute even if the file exists

I have a CentOS release 6.6 (Final) distro on which is running a Varnish instance (port 80) and Apache 2.2 (port 81). Apache reads file from a NFS. The issue I am facing (not always but most of the ...
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Collectd on Solaris NFS server

I have collectd running on an NFS ZFS Solaris based server gathering NFS performance data points. Where does collectd store this information by default.
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Nginx cannot access mounted directory to serve static files

We use the classic Django/Nginx/Gunicorn-combination for our website. It was decided a while ago to use a NFS-mounted directory for our media files (using this tutorial), so that's what we're using ...
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NFS server not responding still trying

I've got two NetApp NFS shares which are mounted by each a single client. When copying files onto the shares the clients hang and in the "/var/log/messages" logfile "NFS server xxx not responding, ...
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ESXi 6.5 NFS41 always mounts as Read-Only

I'm trying to mount my NFS41 share from my Freenas box onto ESXi for backup purposes. However, it always mounts as read-only for some reason. I have tried from the GUI as well as the CLI with no ...
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Best way to change NFS source on live mount?

We’re switching storage arrays and I need to change the source nfs server on a bunch of our systems’ mount points. Some were pretty easy to do, but one mount in particular is tricky because machines ...
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Ubuntu 18.04, NFS mount over VPN goes stale, requires manual re-mount

trying to figure out how to fix this. I have two sites connected through an IPSec VPN, with an Ubuntu 18.04 box at site A mounting over the VPN to an NFS server at site B. Works great, except: every ...
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Automount LDAP home folders in client machines

I have created couple of users on my ldap, and setup a couple of ubuntu ldap client machines, where users can login with their accounts. I now want to share their home folders and make it centralised ...
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Files Not Appearing in S3 File Storage Gateway Bucket

I created an AWS S3 File Storage Gateway and mounted it to a Linux server on-prem. On that same server where the file gateway is mounted I have a separate NFS share mounted. My goal is to copy files ...
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Routing of symlinked files via NFS

I have several disk servers (call them A, B, ...) exporting NFS shares. To simplify the access to data I created a folder in an NFS share on another machine (call it Z) with symlinks to all the NFS ...
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NFS mount Permission denied

I created a user and a group with the same uid and gid on the NFS server and the NFS client side. The export on the server side looks like this: /volume1/nextcloud *(rw,async,no_wdelay,...
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sendip IPv6 ICMP ff02::16

I would like to send the following packet out with the sendip program (or any other program): IPv6, destination address: FF02::16, source address: (mine) ICMPv6, type: 143 (Multicast Listener Report ...
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NFS “-mapall” doesn't include anonymous clients?

I am accessing Unix-like NFS servers using Client for NFS in Windows Server 2008 R2. Since the server is not part of AD, and there is no "User Mapping server" active, the documentation states that ...
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How to do logging in a NFS share

I'm trying to log events occurring into a NFS share. But I don't understand the difference between the usage of rsyslog and auditd in the logs of a NFS share. Is rsyslog required to log events ...
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Couldn't chown to remote NAS box

I have a NAS drive connected to one of my servers w/NFSv3. The problem is, a while ago some of the numeric UID's have changed on the system and those users are no longer able to access their files on ...
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How to view audit logs on the server

I'm trying to do a nfs share. I've configured the share. Now I want to view the logs associated with the files in the nfs share. I've created a centralized log server. I don't know the difference ...
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Mounting hangs the terminal

I am creating a NFS share. I've configured the NFS server and also the NFS client. My share was working perfectly fine until yesterday and now I found out it doesn't work. I redid all the steps of ...
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NFS share from windows server fail to mount on linux

I setup a nfs share on a Windows Server 2012 R2, I have tried several different configurations (authentications, share permissions etc) but linux client keep getting error with invalid arguments. ...
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Ubuntu 18.04 - Mount NFS with FQDN not resolving address

Trying to mount /home directories to a NFS share. SERVERURL:/nfstest /home nfs vers=4,proto=tcp,intr,bg,rdirplus 0 0 However, in syslog it says that it cannot resolve the address. I'...
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NFS mount across EC2 instances as alternative to EFS

I'm configuring an application to run in AWS in "full-framework" deployment. One aspect of this deployment requires each server to be able to see a common storage location. They recommend using a ...
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NFSv4 mapping UID and GID on Debian Stretch

I use the following setup: NFS Server (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS) nfs-common 1:1.2.8-6ubuntu1.2 nfs-kernel-server 1:1.2.8-6ubuntu1.2 user: test (uid=1300) NFS Client nfs-common 1:1.3.4-2.1 user: testmf (...
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LDAP authentication NFS home mount with local login

I have a configuration that normally user home is automatically mounted after ldap authentication. What I want to learn is how can I mount ldap authenticated nfs home of a user with local login? Is ...
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Monitoring NFS mounts for existence

The issue we are seeing is that some of our NFS mounted directories are disappearing. Literally just disappearing. They continue to exist at the server end. At the client (CentOS 7.4, using el-repo's ...
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Powershell FileSystemWatcher not monitoring NFS share

I have a Powershell script which monitors several mapped drives for new files. Most of the mapped drives are other Windows systems. One is an NFS share on a Solaris system. Code snippet below: clear #...
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NFS Mount hostname listed as something different from what was entered

Assume there exists a nfs server foo1. A client machine contains a hosts file with the following entry 172.168.1.2 foo1 foo2 foo3 which points to that server and a few aliases. Also assume that /...
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Restricting RW access to NFS shares

I have the a Qumulo storage system which just creates an NFS mount that our Linux clients can mount and access. In our Environment we have our Linux servers configured to authenticate with AD via ...
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Redhat NFS Cluster High Load average suddenly

We have noticed that on a specific day in a week the load average on redhat nfs cluster goes high & i am unable to find the root cause for this. disk read/writes are also okay on this day. Has ...
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What is the difference between Ceph and NFS when it comes to shared file storage?

Can someone explain to me what is Ceph compared to NFS? From a shared file storage perspective? What is the added value of using Ceph instead of NFS?
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cifs\nfs server down , Client server high load average

I have an backup server in my AWS network. For maintenance i rebooted the server, after which it is not starting. My problem is all the servers were having backup server disk mounted through nfs (...
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NFS shares dissappear after reboot of Windows server

I have a server running Windows Server 2016 with the File Server Role (NFS Server) enabled. On this server an iSCSI disk is mounted as disk S:. One folder on this disk (S:\EXCHANGE) is an NFS Share. ...
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How do I use /etc/export.d/?

How do I use /etc/export.d/ to export filesystems? I am attempting to export an sge cell's configuration via nfs. However, the export does not appear to work. # cat /etc/exports.d/sge-example.com /...
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Can slow NFS IO speeds effect client host performance when commands like tar is running?

We have NFS used over firewall which is limiting the performance. And we have this occasional scenarios of load increasing on the client host, whenever some huge IO operation is being done like tar. ...
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NFS Share with changing disks mounted/umounted every day

I am having problem with a backup solution for a small company. Outline One NFS Share (on a linux server in network) 5 HDDs (Mon - Fri) Need to change them every day (attached via USB-Docking-...
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NFS locking on Windows

I'm mapping a network drive on Windows and I would like to make sure that during a copy the files can be deleted / modified by the server. From the Microsoft documentation it seems that we need to ...
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Mount NFS volume on Windows 10 Pro (inside Active Directory)

I'm having a hard time mounting a FreeNAS NFS volume on Windows 10 inside my personal AD network with write permissions (read only works). I have added AnonymousUid, AnonymousGid registry values ...
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CentOS 6 Lockup Maybe b/c NFS

I have a CentOS 6.9 machine (oldish Athlon II) that has locked up hard twice in the last 2 days. If I go to the machine and switch the KVM to that machine, I just see a black screen. I can't SSH. ...
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Force NFS to search nobody user only locally (/etc/passwd)

I have a server solaris with files and ldap as NSS repository and a NFS server. Every time the NFS service is invoked, it procced with a search of the user nobody on ldap nevertheless the user is ...
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How can an NFS volume be mounted “fake writable”?

We have a situation where an enormous set of template files (several tens of gigabytes) is required by multiple pieces of software, from multiple vendors. The applications want to open these template ...
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Best way to share data between partners using NAS

Our company has a need to share data with some partners we have and while discussing how to best implement this we decided we would make guest user accounts on our Linux (ubuntu) fileserver where our ...
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How to map a user to hdfs user in

This problem is related to other problem I am facing where I am unable to issue chown command to an NFS filesystem via HDFS. That is described in more details here. So, as explained in that problem, ...
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NFS Access restrictions using kerberos

I have got the following setup: One linux machine is the backup storage for a whole network of machines. The network is considered save in the sense that no real bad guy is assumed on it. In the ...
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Utilizing my old Physical Server [closed]

I have one question regarding a shared storage, hopefully, someone will help to choose. Long story short, I have an old Dell R710 server (Windows 2012) with a bunch of disks (6x2TB 7,2k NLSAS in Raid-...
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Mount multiple NFS-Servers

I have multiple nfs-servers running in my network. What is the best way to mount all servers on my ubuntu? While researching I came across multiple possible solutions: autofs, fstab, automount. Any ...
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NFS ignores secondary groups

My NFS server seems to be ignoring secondary groups. I have fewer than 16 groups per user, but have --manage-gids on. The NFS share doesn't mount when this option is missing. Users and groups are ...
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SSH server grinding to a halt when users grep large files - high NET_RX and high softirqs - How to limit?

I have a server running fedora 14 - Linux-2.6.35 with a 1Gbps NIC. It has NFSv3 mounts supplied by an Isilon server. It freezes whenever any user works with a large file(grep or similar) that exists ...
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Authenticate and mount home using ssh and nfs

How would I go about trying to authenticate a user against a particular system and then mounting his tree using NFS. The user would have his own desktop and when the user goes to work on a separate ...
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VFX Mixed Environment Permissions Oddity, NFS Share.

We have an NFS share hosted on a freebsd machine that servers files to mac and windows machines. Macs saves files to it with 777 permissions(umask 0000). Windows saves files with 755 permissions. Both ...