One comment on “K.L-Konlinux – Centralizar arquivos e realizar backups ainda é muito útil!

  1. Com esse servidor, pode-se centralizar os arquivos para uma melhor administração e criar backups automáticos em massa.

    http://nfs.sourceforge.net
    Este é o site do produtor do programa, aqui encontram-se todas as informações sobre lançamentos e dicas para problemas mais comuns.

    Quanto mais acessível o conhecimento estiver, mais oportunidade de desenvolvimento humano haverá.

    Conhecereis a verdade e a verdade vos libertará. Não dá mais para viver de estorinhas de que Certificação disso ou daquilo torna o profissional mais capaz. As informações estão a um clic ou um teclado de distancia.

    On january 13th, 2011.
    Setting up an NFS Client
    4.1. Mounting Remote Directories

    Before beginning, you should double-check to make sure your mount program is new enough (version 2.10m if you want to use Version 3 NFS), and that the client machine supports NFS mounting, though most standard distributions do. If you are using a 2.2 or later kernel with the /proc filesystem you can check the latter by reading the file /proc/filesystems and making sure there is a line containing nfs. If not, typing insmod nfs may make it magically appear if NFS has been compiled as a module; otherwise, you will need to build (or download) a kernel that has NFS support built in. In general, kernels that do not have NFS compiled in will give a very specific error when the mount command below is run.

    To begin using machine as an NFS client, you will need the portmapper running on that machine, and to use NFS file locking, you will also need rpc.statd and rpc.lockd running on both the client and the server. Most recent distributions start those services by default at boot time; if yours doesn’t, see Section 4, “Setting up an NFS Client” for information on how to start them up.

    With portmap, lockd, and statd running, you should now be able to mount the remote directory from your server just the way you mount a local hard drive, with the mount command. Continuing our example from the previous section, suppose our server above is called master.foo.com,and we want to mount the /home directory on slave1.foo.com. Then, all we have to do, from the root prompt on slave1.foo.com, is type:

    # mount master.foo.com:/home /mnt/home

    and the directory /home on master will appear as the directory /mnt/home on slave1. (Note that this assumes we have created the directory /mnt/home as an empty mount point beforehand.)

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