For NFS to work correctly on a small network, the user and group ID’s must match the ID’s on the server. See the Users notes for details on how to change user and group ID’s.
Edit the NFS configuration in:
Here is a sample configuration:
Here are some of the options:
sync reply after changes have been committed to storage. secure requests must originate on a port less than 1024. subtree_check verify requested file is in exported tree. rw allow both read and write requests on this volume. hide do not reveal nested directories.
After changing the configuration, export the directories:
On the server, create the folder you want to share:
On the server, add the share to
From the client, mount the share:
cd /tmp mkdir nfstest mount saasjspdev1:/tmp/nfstest /tmp/nfstest
To auto mount the share on restart, add the mount point to
/etc/fstabon the client:
saasjspdev1:/tmp/nfstest /tmp/nfstest nfs defaults 0 0