Network File System (NFS) is a distributed file system protocol originally developed by Sun Microsystems 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.

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Access files on RasPi over WAN using an Android device

My use case is the following: I have a RaspberryPi with a mounted external HDD which contains lots of high definition (1080p) movies. I access these within my LAN using NFS exports. I also want access ...
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Mount only sub-directory in NFS export

On my NAS I export one single filesystem: /mnt/datastore *(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,all_squash,fsid=0) With /mnt/datastore/ being the mount point of a FUSE based concatenation of a bunch of disks. ...
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autofs NFS mount directory hung

I have a problem when executing "df -h" command it hungs, I know since there is a unreachable/not responding NFS path this is causing the hung. All my scripts dependent of df -h is also piling up ...
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What are all the NFS servers available for Windows 8.1? [closed]

I have two computers, one's running ESXi, and the other one is running Windows 8.1. I need to have folders in a drive in the Windows machine accessible in the ESXi machine as a datastore, and also ...
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OS X 10.9 NFSv4 mount option fails with “Program version wrong”

I'm trying to mount an NFSv4 export in OS X 10.9 from localhost. man mount_nfs suggests that mount -t nfs -o nfsvers=4 127.0.0.1:/export/path mnt/pnt should do the trick but then exits with code 75 ...
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Starting rpcgssd on CentOS 7

I'm running CentOS 7.0.1406, and have problems with NFSv4, authenticating using krb5p. Neither idmapd nor gssd would start automatically. I could fix the former by doing systemctl enable nfs-idmap. ...
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How to get linux to stop complaining when the nfs server is down?

Any way to get linux to give up on trying to reconnect nfs shares? I have them in fstab currently. I'd like them to attempt mount at boot and only try to reconnect manually thereafter. The shares it's ...
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Can not write to nfs mount despite r/w permissions in place

Somewhat puzzled by the following and hoped there would be someone on here to advise: [root@mybox02 ~]# mount | tail -1 mystor01:/spool1_fs1/ on /global type nfs (rw,addr=xx.xx.xx.25) [root@mybox02 ...
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ownCloud and NFS (ownCloud and RuneAudio)

I have two home servers running, one with ownCloud, and one with RuneAudio. The idea is for RuneAudio to be able to access the music stored on ownCloud. Since RuneAudio can connect to drives via ...
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Is this possible/advisable to establish SAMBA share across domains? [migrated]

I realize this question will likely turn out rather complex and require a lenghty description. Likewise there’ll probably not be any short simple answer. I’ve got a large data-store (a SAN) that is ...
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What should I use to access NFS from console without mounting it?

Network file access | Console program | mounting option ------------------------------------------------------------ HTTP | wget / curl | httpfs FTP | ...
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Users and permissions on a Raspi which is both a home and an owncloud server

I'm a long time Linux desktop user but a total newbie in servers and security. Now I want to set up a Raspi (running Raspbian) to act as a CUPS print server, an NFS file server and backup storage, an ...
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Samba + SAN + NFS: load average > 300, results in crash

we have a system with the current setting server A is connected by fibre to a SAN array a filesystem is physically on the SAN, and resides on server A server A exports the filesystem via NFS to ...
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Proper way to execute a script before running upstart based service?

I run the deluge torrent client within a virtual machine that mounts an NFS share from the filer that runs bare metal. Occasionally deluge starts before NFS has been mounted, and it starts downloading ...
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Using Synology with Lunix NAS

While looking to invest in a storage solution, I came across Synology which looks decent. I noticed in a demo of the product it runs a piece of software that processes the backup to the Synology. I ...
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NFS4 & VirtualBox: Ubuntu 14.04 host Windows 10 Techpreview client

I have a host OS Ubuntu 14.04 (my main OS). I run a Windows 10 client inside VirtualBox. I wish for NFS4 to work between them, I cannot see the share in my Windows 10 client. I followed the following ...
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How do I get a docker container to access a remotely mounted filesystem?

I've got a remote mount (samba or NFS makes no difference) on my host mounted to '/home/tr3buchet/mnt/important_stuff' that works perfectly. I can read and write files with no issue; however, when I ...
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NFS share not browserable (but accessible) from a different subnet

hope this is the right place for my question, and apologies for asking a question that has possibly been answered before but searching for "nfs" was impossible. And any keyword combinations returned ...
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Mount directory through NFS give me “unrecognized mount point”error

I'm trying to mount a external folder using NFS and I added this line to /etc/fstab file: ip_address:/var/www/pdf  /var/www/html/project.dev/web/uploads nfs rw,async,hard,intr 0 0 But any time I ...
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Ubuntu Home Server Packetstorm

I have a home plex server that runs various pieces of software and fills various roles. It's running the latest Ubuntu with all the latest packages/updates. About every 10 days or so, it starts packet ...
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Can't transfer large files via nfs

When copying files to a mounted directory (nfs) it does so really fast in the beginning (>100 MB/s) but at around 1 gigabyte completed (using rsync) the speed drops until it stagnates at ~100 kB/s and ...
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User ID mapping with NFS on Synology NAS

I have a Synology NAS box (running DSM 5.1), and I've exported a directory via NFS. I'm attempting to mount it on my Ubuntu box. It mostly works fine, but I'm having issues with user and group ...
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Unable to mount ubuntu directory to Linux(SLES 11 SP2)

Trying to mount ubuntu directory:/home/suvasish/Downloads/SLES11_SP2/ to SLES(11 SP2) server. Tried like below: NFS mount In Ubuntu side edited the /etc/exports like below.. ...
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Rsync over NFS I/O error

We have two servers running CentOS 6.4. Both are NFS servers and each have shares mounted from each other. Regardless of which direction the transfer goes (upload or download) it fails after a few ...
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How can I mount NFS file in unix?

I am using Cent OS 5.6 and I have two VMs. I am trying to mount a file but unable to do so. Here's what I have done. Mkdir/uxadm Chmod 777 /uxadm vi /etc/exports /uxadm ...
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How to Access a SSHFS folder via NFS

on my mashine M1 I have a folder which is using sshfs pointing to another server: /backup/sshfs-share after mounting , I can see the content of this folder on M1 : sshfs ...
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keeping file management smooth with NFS between two linux systems

I have my linux based NAS set up with NFS shares that are read only so my Ubuntu server can access certain files and folders. Now I need my Ubuntu server to be able to write to those NFS shares. The ...
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Connecting to FreeNFS from CentOS 6

I'm trying to mount a FreeNFS share located on my Windows 7 host, under my CentOS 6 virtual machine inside VirtualBox. The networking between the host and the guest is working fine, and I've been ...
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Linux temporarily thinks disk is full

I’m working on a Linux server with CentOS 6.5 and a NAS NFS on a QDR Infiniband network. I am running a bash script that basically creates a directory, makes symlinks inside of it, and cats together ...
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ls -l but not ls --color=never slow on nfs-mounted directory, if simulatenously writing to that directory

when I dump data into an NFS-mounted directory, reading files modes (e.g. ls -l) is several orders of magnitude slower than a plain file listing (e.g. ls --color=never). I would like to understand ...
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Execute permission is not set for folders which are shared form a widows 2008 R2 server using NFS

I have shared few folders using NFS share(ro) form a windows machine and mounted on a Linux server. I could not see execute permission from them. [root@db2suse mnt]# ls -l total 9 drwxr--r--. 2 ...
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Access NFS share without file locking and without mounting?

How can I access an NFS share via UNC path using Windows 7 Ultimate and make sure I'm doing it without file locking? I do not want to mount the NFS share to a drive letter. Instead, I wish to access ...
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Accessing Linux NFS Shares using Windows Explorer

I have a Linux Machine (CentOS 6.4) using which I exported a NFS Share. I'm pretty sure that this is an NFS Share since I Created an entry in /etc/exports Ran the command exportfs -avr Now when ...
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Why would windows nfs server translate all hyphens in filenames to colons?

I realise this is quite a specific question but I am using an nfs filesystem that is served by a windows server. I am mounting it from centos 6.5 (linux). The nfs settings are ...
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NFS export quota

I have two NFS export in /etc/exports /export/ipcamera 192.168.1.0/24(rw,nohide,insecure,no_subtree_check,async) /export/ipcamera2 192.168.1.0/24(rw,nohide,insecure,no_subtree_check,async) Is there ...
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Allow NFS on WAN, but with user and password

I want to set up a NFS (Network File System) on my computer, that I would use for accessing files from other computers and I want to have access to it without a login or password from LAN, but when ...
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Vmware: how do I share directories between Ununtu (guest) and Mac host using nfs?

I am trying to share a directory between an ubuntu vm and a mac host. I tried mount -t nfs 192.168.95.151:/path-to-directory ~/mounttest But this results in a connection refused message. I am not ...
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Using NFS with Vagrant seems to cause severe permissions issues

I am using Vagrant to house my Rails application. Unfortunately I am hitting a blocker in that using NFS to mount my synced folder results in errors with anything reading from or writing to the synced ...
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How to identify my default NFS server from rpms, and how to change it?

I am facing some issues with my current (default) NFS server in SLES, and wish to try a different version. This is what i can see when i execute rpm -qa # rpm -qa | grep nfs ...
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mounting nfs gives “access denied by server while mounting (null)”

I've recently upgraded one of our machines to debian Squeeze from lenny. Previously, these machines mounted 2 NFS shares /home and /home/scans/data After the upgrade they can only mount one at a ...
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How to track a file from NFS in Linux is being locked?

I've some codes on a NFS which is shared with two load balancer servers. Sometimes the waiting time of a request is getting longer and I suspect the files may be getting locked with a request while ...
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Is it possible to share files over multiple protocols?

If you have a (linux) server, is it possible to share certain files and folders using more than one protocol? For example, sharing a file over SMB and NFS. If it is possible, is this recommended? Or ...
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ZSH not issuing tab completion on nfs shares?

I'm having some odd issues where when I attempt to use tab completion on nfs mounts, it does not offer any completions or suggestions. It simply does nothing. Any ideas as to what may be causing ...
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nfsroot freezing every once in a while presumably due to network glitch

Setup I've set up a thin client running gentoo according to these instructions. It seems to work quite nicely except that every once in a while it freezes. I've found that I can duplicate the issue ...
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Mounting NFS in Cygwin

I successfully managed to mount an NSF export at a local folder as a mount point. I can type ls and see the remote content. However, I do not see any remote files in Explorer - It is blank. What am I ...
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rox-filer hangs on listxattr when NFS is concerned

Since very recently, rox-filer hangs for me as soon as it is supposed to display a directory where a NFS is mounted. strace rox-filer -n shows the following: [snip] ...
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automatic file encryption on NFS or RSYNC for remote incremental backup?

What solutions should I be looking at to allow an incremental backup via rsync over nfs4 to allow files to be encrypted on the backup host? I have zero control over the backup host's software so the ...
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How to sync 1 TB multimedia data over the net [duplicate]

As an admin, I have the task to sync nearly 1 TB of multimedia data (jpg, tif, bmp images or pdf documents) with three partner over the internet and I'm asking how. Its nearly 500.000 single files in ...
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Are there any programs other than NFS that use the Network Status Monitor protocol / rpc.statd?

I'm running a FreeBSD server, and I'd really like to get rid of some extra fluff. In particular, I'm absolutely sure that I won't be running an NFS client or server. I know that I can remove the NFS ...
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Set Linux file share permissions and ownership on a large NAS quickly

I have an isolated cluster of Linux systems, Windows systems, and appliances all mounting a set of remote shares (via NFS and CIFS). The OS sharing out the filesystems is Linux. I frequently create ...