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Linux NFS-HOWTO

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Linux NFS-HOWTO by Nicolai Langfeldt
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Summary This classic howto was written in 2002, but it is still a must-read howto for any Linux professionals today.It will guide you how to set up NFS clients and servers. This is a book you should have on your bookshelf. Table of Contents 1. Preamble 1.1. Legal stuff 1.2. Disclaimer 1.3. Feedback 1.4. Translation 1.5. Dedication 2. Introduction 2.1. What is NFS? 2.2. What is this HOWTO and what is it not? 2.3. Knowledge Pre-Requisites 2.4. Software Pre-Requisites: Kernel Version and nfs-utils 2.5. Where to get help and further information 3. Setting Up an NFS Server 3.1. Introduction to the server setup 3.2. Setting up the Configuration Files 3.3. Getting the services started 3.4. Verifying that NFS is running 3.5. Making changes to /etc/exports later on 4. Setting up an NFS Client 4.1. Mounting remote directories 4.2. Getting NFS File Systems to Be Mounted at Boot Time 4.3. Mount options 5. Optimizing NFS Performance 5.1. Setting Block Size to Optimize Transfer Speeds 5.2. Packet Size and Network Drivers 5.3. Overflow of Fragmented Packets 5.4. NFS over TCP 5.5. Timeout and Retransmission Values 5.6. Number of Instances of the NFSD Server Daemon 5.7. Memory Limits on the Input Queue 5.8. Turning Off Autonegotiation of NICs and Hubs 5.9. Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Behavior in NFS 5.10. Non-NFS-Related Means of Enhancing Server Performance 6. Security and NFS 6.1. The portmapper 6.2. Server security: nfsd and mountd 6.3. Client Security 6.4. NFS and firewalls (ipchains and netfilter) 6.5. Tunneling NFS through SSH 6.6. Summary 7. Troubleshooting 7.1. Unable to See Files on a Mounted File System 7.2. File requests hang or timeout waiting for access to the file. 7.3. Unable to mount a file system 7.4. I do not have permission to access files on the mounted volume. 7.5. When I transfer really big files, NFS takes over all the CPU cycles on the server and it screeches to a halt. 7.6. Strange error or log messages 7.7. Real permissions don't match what's in /etc/exports. 7.8. Flaky and unreliable behavior 7.9. nfsd won't start 7.10. File Corruption When Using Multiple Clients 8. Using Linux NFS with Other OSes 8.1. AIX 8.2. BSD 8.3. Tru64 Unix 8.4. HP-UX 8.5. IRIX 8.6. Solaris 8.7. SunOS
Release date NZ
November 10th, 2019
Pages
44
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Imprint
Independently Published
Dimensions
216x279x2
ISBN-13
9781707096183
Product ID
32259491

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