Hello. I am koji.I have a question.Can I mount a NFS with quota? (Not Server side)I understand quota is set NFS server. But I must client side.(Is rquota only report?)Does anyone know a good solution?Best r..
I just updated my fileserver to version 7.2 and got some NFS problems after that. In /etc/exports I have the following line/path hostname(ro,insecure)Now that host can no longer mount that share. I get mount.nfs: access denied by server while mount..
everyone,I have an issue with NFS client when the NFS client loose connection with the NFS server. In certain conditions the NFS client freeze and the result is kernel panic. It seems that kernel panic occurs when the NFS client try to unmount the unreacha..
folks, Were having an issue on a server reboot after update; nfs doesnt come up. systemctl tells us its enabled, dead. We restart the service with systemctl, and theres no problem at all. I was just looking in the logfiles from the reboot (grep -i nfs/var/log/message..
Hey guys, This is kind of odd, so I wanted to do a sanity check. I mounted an NFS share like so:[root@web1:~] #mount -t nfs nfs1.jokefire.com:/home /mnt/homeSeemed to go ok. Then I took a look at the output of df -h and didnt see it![root@web1:~] ..
Although you can choose this in the installer, isnt the provided values supposed to be the default?I tired the followinginst.repo=hd:/dev/sdb1:/repoResult: /dev/sdb1 is not mounted.inst.repo=nfs:[fc00::6009]:/home/auser/repoResult: NFS is not moun..
Using CentOS 6, how to I prevent mdadm from assembling arrays from specific block devices at boot?Background:Due to an accident, one of my servers went down and on reboot, got stuck first at NFS statd, then at automount after I disable NFS in sin..
Guys, Ive setup an rsync between two directories that Ive mounted locally on a jump box. Long story short, the two directories are both NFS shares from two different hosts. Our security dept wont allow us to SSH between the two data centers, direct..
First time firing up NFS on a CentOS 7 box. Under 5 or 6, service nfs start started *everything* (rpc, etc). Based on trying that, and doing some googling, is it the case that it does *not* do everything in 7, and Ido have to start the pieces manual..
I created a CentOS 7 docker container in which I want to mount a NFS share in. Said share is owned by user virtual with uid 1200. So Ido some exporting (docker container is in 172.17.0.0/16):spindizzy> cat /etc/exports/export 10.0.0.0/24(ro,fsid=0,no_subtree_check,sync)172.17.0.0/16(ro,fsid=0,no_subtree_check,sync)[…]/export/m..