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Configure an NFS (Network File System) Server and Client and Mount a File System on Linux
In this lab, we'll create an NFS server, as well as create and export a file system. We'll then configure an NFS client, mount the file system from the server, and check our mount statisitics.
Table of Contents
Install, Enable, and Start the NFS Server (Server1)
- Install the NFS package.
- Start the NFS server package.
- Enable the NFS server package.
Create the File System and Change the Required Permissions
- Create the file system.
- Change the file system permissions to the requested permisisons.
Configure the File System to be Exported, Export the File System, and Verify the Exported File System
- Configure the file system to be exported.
- Export the file system.
- Verify the file system was exported.
Add the NFS Client Utilities to the Client Server (Server2) and Mount the File System
- Install the NFS client utilities.
- Mount the NFS file system.
- Verify the mounted file system.
Check the Mount Statistics
- Verify there are no errors in the mount statistics.
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