How to Setup NFS v4.0 Under CentOS / RHEL v5.x

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Posted Jun 10, 2010


Network File System (NFS) is a network file system protocol originally developed by Sun Microsystems. This NixCraft how to guide will help you setup NFS v4.0 distributed file system access server under CentOS / RHEL v5.x for sharing files with UNIX and Linux workstations.


Want to know how to export or mount a directory in NFS v4.0 distributed file system?

"How do I setup NFS v4.0 distributed file system access server under CentOS / RHEL v5.x for sharing files with UNIX and Linux workstations? How to export a directory with NFSv4? How to mount a directory with NFSv4?

"Network File System (NFS) is a network file system protocol originally developed by Sun Microsystems. It allows your users or client compute to access files over a network. Linux and UNIX like operating systems (including MS-Windows) can mount file system over a network and work as they are mounted locally. This is perfect for sharing files or centralized home directories."

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Tags: CentOS, NFS, RHEL v5.x

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