Linux Network File System (NFS) Installation and Configuration

Posted at November 18, 2016 at 7:08 am by Jithin

NFS, the Network File system, is an internet standard protocol used by Linux, Unix, and similar operating systems as their native network file system. It is an open standard under active extension which supports native Linux permissions and file system features. Linux 7 supports NFSv4 by default, and falls back automatically to NFSv2 if that is not available. NFS v4 uses the TCP protocol to communicate with the server, while older versions of NFS may use either TCP or UDP. NFS server's export sh   [...]

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