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How to Setup NFS Service on Linux

How to Setup NFS Service on Linux

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This document describes in brief how to setup a nfs share on Linux.
First part describes how to setup the server part (nfs server and its exports) and second one how to setup the client part (fstab).
This document describes in brief how to setup a nfs share on Linux.
First part describes how to setup the server part (nfs server and its exports) and second one how to setup the client part (fstab).

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Published by: George on Aug 20, 2009
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How to setup NFS service on Linux (SuSE)Server part:
1.First you need to install/enable all NFS related services (client and server). In caseserver is not available, go to Yast/System and select system services. In this list,ensure that the various NFS services are installed and set up to start every reboot.2.Start up Yast/Network Services and NFS Server on the system you want to serveup files. Ensure "Start up" is enabled.3.Define your NFS-exports in /etc/exports, e.g./export/home /192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0(rw,sync,no_root_squash,no_all_squash,subtree_check)/export/home2 *(rw,sync,no_root_squash, no_all_squash,subtree_check)Let the NFS-server use the new configexportfs –r Also, you may restart the service (service nfsserver restart)You can view your NFS-exports issuing the commands: exportfs and showmount.In case showmount mentions problems, also configure /etc/hosts.allow (andoptionally /etc/hosts.deny)#ALL: 255.255.255.255 0.0.0.0#4.Finally, make sure that you have changed the access rights and user/groupownership in order to be able to write in the mount.

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