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Configure a Network File System (NFS) and Export a File System on Linux
This lab is a practice lab on Network File System, or NFS. In this lab, we'll configure an NFS server, create a directory to be exported, and export the directory to another server.
Table of Contents
Install, Start, and Enable NFS
nfs-utilspackage. Then, start and enable the NFS server service.
Create a Read-Only Directory Named /engineering
Create a directory named
/engineering. Change the permissons of the
/engineering1directory to read-only.
Configure the Exported Directory
Congifure the NFS export in the
/etc/exportsfile. Set the directory to be exported as read-only. Export the
/engineeringfile system to the network. Then, verify the directory has been exported.
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