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How to configure NFS Server & Client in Linux?
Here i explained about 1.What is NFS ? 2.How to setup NFS Server ? How to create NFS Shares ? 3.How to mount /access NFS Shares from NFS Client side?
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How to Share Files Using NFS: Linux Server Training 101
http://www.soundtraining.net/linux-server-training-101 Learn how to install and configure a basic NFS (Network File System) file server using CentOS or Red Hat Linux 6.5. In this Linux tutorial, IT author and speaker Don R. Crawley demonstrates how to install NFS using Yum, along with NFS configuration and NFS testing procedures.
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NFS Diagnostic Tools | Online Tutorials of Red Hat Linux at Networknuts
video by Network NUTS, shows how to use some basic NFS diagnostic tools to monitor NFS server performance and other related information using showmount and nfsstat commands. More Info: http://www.networknuts.net/ Blog: http://www.networknuts.net/linux-blog/
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NFS Configuration   NO_ROOT_SQUASH - INSECURE option!!
This video explains how the parameter ROOT_SQUASH works with a simple example. ATTENTION: NFS doesn't use encription! NO_ROOT_SQUASH is an INSECURE option! O.S.: Linux Distribution: Debian Version: Stretch - 9
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Ubuntu NFS Server plus Nagios Monitor
A tutorial on how to configure Ubuntu Server to be a NFS Server. How to export via /etc/exports configuration and mount filesystems using the /etc/fstab file. Then how to configure Nagios Core or Nagios XI to monitor if your NFS share is mounted and configure correctly. Using the check_mountpoints plugin you are able to remotely monitor the status of a NFS mount using NRPE The check_mountpoints results will be displays on the Nagios XI or Nagios Core web interface or paging can be enable when an issues occurs. Website: https://www.nagios.com DOWNLOAD Nagios Core: http://nag.is/coresys DOWNLOAD Nagios Plugins: http://nag.is/plugsys DOWNLOAD Nagios XI: http://nag.is/xisys DOWNLOAD Nagios Log Server: http://nag.is/logsys DOWNLOAD Nagios Network Analyzer: http://nag.is/netsys Plugin: https://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Plugins/System-Metrics/File-System/check-mountpoints-like-nfs,-cifs,-davfs,-lustre,-ocf2,-etc-2E/details Install NFS Server: apt-get install nfs-kernel-server Export Filesystem: /etc/exports Mount at Boot: /etc/fstab Website: http://www.nagios.com DOWNLOAD Nagios Core: https://www.nagios.org/downloads/nagios-core/ DOWNLOAD Nagios Plugins: https://exchange.nagios.org/ DOWNLOAD Nagios XI: https://www.nagios.com/products/nagios-xi/ Thank you for watching!! Please subscribe to get updates on new videos :) Twitter, Facebook: sysadmgirl ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Please note: This video is sponsored by Nagios. All products used in my videos, regardless of whether a video is sponsored or not, are products that I love using - unless stated otherwise (e.g. it being the first time using it on camera etc). I only work with brands, products and/or services which I would recommend to anyone.
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Basic Linux Performance Monitoring Commands & Tools
Basic Linux Performance Monitoring Commands & Tools
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lsof command  to troubleshoot LinuX OS
I demonstrate how to use lsof to troubleshoot issues on Linux OS
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How to Setup NFS Shares with your Synology
How to Setup NFS Shares on Synology. Why? I purchased a Raspberry Pi and quickly installed the latest version of Raspbmc 12.0 (Frodo). The low power Pi has a 700 Mhz Cpu. By using NFS shares versus SMB aka Windows Shares you save up to 20% cpu. SMB apparently has more overhead compared to NFS. When streaming media from NFS shares 1080p content streams with no stuttering or hiccups. PuTTY download: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ You have a Mac try this http://www.michaelbourque.com/it/solutions-using-max-osx-terminal-as-an-alternative-to-putty/ Raspbmc website: http://www.raspbmc.com/ How To Create XBMC Library using MySQL with a Synology http://youtu.be/NwyABCuonWo * Update 8/9/2017 DSM 6 or higher requires super user access. Use the following steps to gain SUDO rights. admin password sudo -i password Now you will have SUDO rights. Thanks to Gerald for the heads up. ** Update 12/16/2013 Currently running DSM 4.3 3810 Update 2 with no problems *** Update 11/26/2014 Using DSM 5.0-4482 and later I had to use the "Squash" option and "Map all users to admin" in the NFS Rules. Around the 3:26 video mark. DSM 5-4482 and greater you will no longer have to edit the secure locks in exports. **** You will have to edit your exports, if you are using a Synology DSM version less than 4.3-3776.
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How To Use RPM Commands in Linux With Examples
This video explains RPM commands. It allows the system administrators and users to install, update, verify and manage system software packages in Linux operating systems. For more explanation on this video: https://www.linuxhelp.com/how-to-use-rpm-command-in-linux-with-examples/
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NFS Sharing Demonstration
This video will look at how to use the NFS server and client features in Windows as well as a quick look at Ubuntu. There is a lot to NFS and this video just covers the basics. Check out http://YouTube.com/ITFreeTraining or http://itfreetraining.com for more of our always free training videos. Demonstration 0:25 – We will now take a look at my computer running Windows Server 2012 R2. 0:32 – First we will open Server Manager from the quick launch bar. 0:37 – Select “Add roles and features” to start the Add roles and features wizard. 0:43 – As we will be installing this on a local server, we will leave the first two screens as their defaults and click next. 0:49 – On the Server Selection screen, we will select the local server ‘NYDC1’ from the list and click next. 0:56 – On the Server Roles screen, we will select the NFS Server role. (We will discuss the client component later on in the video.) Expand ‘File and Storage Services’ and then expand the sub-category ‘File and iSCSI services’ then select the Server for NFS component. PLEASE NOTE: Windows may prompt you to install additional features. If this is the case, select’ Add Features’ when prompted. 1:35 – Click next. 1:37 – The next screen will ask if you would like to install additional features. In our case today, we do not need any additional features so we will just press next. 1:45 – With the required roles selected (and additional features added if necessary), we will be on the last screen of the wizard. We will press install at this point to initiate the install of the selected roles and features. The installation will take a few moments to complete so we’ll pause the video and return when it’s done. 1:59 – Once the install is complete, we will close the wizard and then open up Windows Explorer. 2:07 – We’ll select the D Drive and create a new folder called ‘Data’. This will be the folder we share using NFS. 2:12 – Next, we will create a text document called “Data folder on NYDC1.txt” so when we connect to it later in the video using the client, I can identify it. 2:28 – With the folder now created, the next step is to share it. To do this, we will right click on the folder and select properties. 2:37 – To share the folder using NFS, select the NFS Sharing tab. 2:43 – On the NFS Sharing tab, press the button “Manage NFS Sharing” to bring up the NFS sharing dialog. 2:49 – To share the folder, tick the option at the top “Share this folder”. 2:55 – With the folder shared, there are some additional options that can be configured, but that is beyond the scope of this video. 3:04 – If you notice at the top, there are options for Kerberos if you want to utilize Kerberos for security. 3:11 – In our case, I will select the option “Allow anonymous access”. This will allow the NFS share to be accessed without a username and password. 3:20 – Next we will determine which computers we will enable to access the share. To do this, we will press the permissions button. 3:31 – We see by default that all machines have the “allow read-only access” to the share. 3:35 – To add additional permissions, we’ll select the Add button. 3:38 - In this case, I will add the computer NYDC1, which is the server. 3:43 – Later in the video, we’ll be trying to connect to the share from the NYDC1 server and we want to ensure that it has access when we do. 3:49 – Notice, for the type of access, I can select read-only or read-write. We’ll leave it on Read/Write and then press OK to exit the dialog. 4:00 – Notice that if the permission “all machines” is selected, the remove button is unavailable and greyed out. This permission cannot be removed, so if you wanted to remove permissions, you will need to change the access to “No Access”. Since we have added NYDC1 into the permissions list, this essentially limits access to ONLY NYDC1. 4:21 – With the share created, and permissions set, we will close the open windows and go back to the Server manager. 4:25 – This step is to connect the new NFS share to Windows. To do this, however, an additional feature is required. Keep in mind that Windows Server and Windows OS versions earlier than 8.1 support this feature, however Windows 8.1 does not have this support built in. If you are using 8.1, you will need additional software to access an NFS share. Our transcript is too long for YouTube so please see the following link for the rest: http://itfreetraining.com/server/#nfs-demo References “Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 Exam Ref 70-410” pg 75 Credits Voice Talent: HP Lewis http://hplewis.com Video Production: Kevin Luttman http://www.KevinLuttman.com Web Document: Phillip Guld http://Philguld.com Quality Assurance and Web Hosting: Edward M http://digitalmaru.com/ Administrative Support: Stacey Tucker http://www.virtualadminservice.com
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Fedora 20 Tutorial - Install and Configure NFS Share Resource Between Linux and Linux
In This video I gonna show you how to Install and configure NFS in Fedora 20 Server Linux Fedora 20 Server Tutorial For Beginner.
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How To Permanently Map A Network Share Onto Ubuntu And Linux Mint
In this video, I briefly show you how to edit /etc/fstab file to permanently mount a network share on Ubuntu 13.4 and Linux Mint 15. I think this very method is also working for few older versions of Ubuntu and Linux Mint. Enjoy!!! After you followed my tutorial exactly, but after you tried the command [mount -a], without square brackets of course, but you saw error such as wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on... it means that you have to install cifs-utils before you can mount the network share as cifs file system type. To install cifs-utils, just use the apt-get or aptitude package manager to do so. The command is like this, [aptitude install cifs-utils], without the square brackets of course.
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Linux Infrastruktur - Teil 9 - zentrale homes auf NFS
Teil 9: Zentrale home Verzeichnisse auf NFS Eine komplette Linux Infrastruktur mit CentOS, LDAP, freeipa-server, kerberos, DNS, DHCP und vielem mehr! Nichts für kleine Mädchen ;-)
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NIS & NFS Interview Question and Answer for Both Fresher & Experience
Here is the Link to Download Interview Question & Answers of NIS & NFS http://jmp.sh/V0ahGVy You can also suggest me to make a video on any topic of interview question and answer .. i will make that video Share to Everyone this link and SUBSCRIBE! to Cloud Network Channel
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Parted commands in Linux with examples
This video illustrates how to create, delete and Rescue Disk Partitions using Parted Commands. It is a command line tool that helps to manage the hard disk partitions. For more explanation on this video: https://www.linuxhelp.com/create-delete-rescue-disk-partitions-parted-commands/
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Adding New Mount Point fdisk Demonstration Linux
How to use Fdisk utility to add new disk to Linux Server. Video demonstrates how to use fdisk utility to view the added mount points Adding them to the Partition Table Showing some of the commands related to Fdisk utility Live Demonstration of adding the mount point. Formatting to ext3 after adding to the Partition table. Creating a directory and Mounting this new Disk. Showing how to make these changes permanently by adding entries in /etc/fstab Creating a new file after adding. Cleanup tasks. Thanks for watching this video. If you like it please share with your friends and colleagues. For any feedback and suggestions, do comment below. Subscribe to this Channel to get more videos instantly and you don't miss any of them. Thanks Kiran Ginni
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Linux Experience Tricky Interview Question 1
1. which command is used to list the files and directories in Linux ? (Instead of ls command) A) ps B) echo C) find D) Both A and B E) Both B and C (LTQW trying to provide tricky interview on Linux Environment,Linux Commands,Linux File Management,Linux File Types,Linux File Permissions,Linux File System,Linux Startup and Shutdown,Linux Process Management Linux User Account Management,Linux Shell Programming, Linux Shell Redirection,Linux Shell Special Symbols, Linux Search Pattern,Linux Shell Functions,Linux Shell Variables Linux Bash Arithmetic Expressions,Linux Bash Command History & Job Control, Linux Bash Built-in Commands,Linux vi Editor, Linux sed Editor,Awk Programming Basics,Linux Filesystem Hierarchy,Linux Proc Filesystem, Apache, RAID, SMTP,LVM,LDAP, NTP, NFS, Redhat, Redhat Cluster Linux interview Questions & answer, Linux Experience based interview Questions & answer Linux tricky Questions Linux hard Questions Linux tips & tricks Linux hack
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08. Working with Linux commands (HowTo)
How to get information about a Linux command? How to find out available options of a terminal command? How to find the location of a terminal program? What is man command? You can find answers for these questions and beyond in this episode of The Linux Command Line Ultimate Tutorial series. Watch the previous episode https://youtu.be/SGL6dGgzX08 In particular, you will learn these Linux commands: 0:19 type - displays the type of a command 1:03 which - displays the location of the executable file 1:44 help - displays usage information 2:43 man - displays the manual page of a program 3:31 apropos - search for a command (it is the same as man -k) 4:43 info - alternative man pages 6:33 whatis - displays a brief description of a program All videos of The Linux Command Line Ultimate Tutorial series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSmXPSsgkZLuJKJhvL1U384aHesbVDekO ################################################ Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/averagelinuxuser Donate through PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/Kryvokhyzha ################################################ More cool Linux stuff at other social media: Google+ - Best Linux Stuff: https://plus.google.com/+AverageLinuxUser Facebook - Top Linux Tips: https://www.facebook.com/AverageLinuxUser Twitter - Daily Linux News: http://twitter.com/AVGLinuxUser Website: http://averagelinuxuser.com/
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How Increasing Linux Servers Performance by 30% - Networknuts
Red Hat Training video showing the importance of relatime and barrier mount options in /etc/fstab. Understand how atime, mtime and ctime filesystem metadata writes slows down the Linux server. Understanding the concept of barrier mount option and when to disable it and how it increases Linux servers performance, safely. Connect to Alok Srivastava - http://www.facebook.com/alokaryan Visit our Linux Blog - http://www.networknuts.net/linux-blog
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Working with NFS Export options in OCI File Storage
NFS export options enable you to create more granular access control than is possible using just security list rules to limit VCN access. Exports control how NFS clients access file systems when connecting to a mount target. To learn more, visit Working with NFS Export Options. https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/iaas/Content/File/Tasks/exportoptions.htm
Setting up Kerberized NFS in RHEL 7.1
This session explains how to set up Kerberized NFS in RHEL 7.1. Due to a bug it won't work, but I think the procedure is clear enough. I'm sorry for being too lazy, so I didn't edit out all my mistakes, I hope you'll understand it anyway :-)
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Mounting an NTFS filesystem on Linux (CentOS & Red Hat ES 6)
This video will show you have to mount a NTFS USB hard drive on a Linux system. This is great if you want to move data from Linux to Windows and vice-versa.
Views: 34103 Brad Hyman
fstab, fixing mounting option of the hard drive on Mint
Hi guys, today we are going to talk about FSTAB and the Disk Utility window. If you want to edit the mounting options, so you can edit the mount point, the options, etc..., you will certainly have an error like Unrecognized mount option "x-gvfs-show" or missing value. To fix this, just add before the x-gvfs-show a "comment=" using the Disk utility, or modifying the file /etc/fstab, so it looks like this: [..], comment=x-gvfs-show[...] and it will work. gvfs is the Gnome Virtual File System and the comment option is as from the man fstab: comment: for use by fstab-maintaining programs Ok that's it for today guys., problem FIXED!!!! See you on my next video.
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14 Troubleshooting Problems in a Linux
14 Troubleshooting Problems in a Linux
NFS and CIFS Options for AWS (STG401) | AWS re:Invent 2013
In this session, you learn about the use cases for Network File Systems (NFS) and Common Internet File Systems (CIFS), and when NFS and CIFS are appropriate on AWS. We cover the use cases for ephemeral, Amazon EBS, Amazon EBS P-IOPS, and Amazon S3 as the persistent stores for NFS and CIFS shares. We share AWS CloudFormation templates that build multiple solutions—a single instance with Amazon EBS, clustered instances with Amazon EBS, and Gluster cluster—as well as introduce AWS partner solutions.
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Linux and Unix Basics : Mounting Part 1
Linux and Unix Basics : Mounting Part 1
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Mounting Kerberized NFS - RHCE Exam Prep Workshop Free Video Lesson
This tutorial 'Mounting Kerberized NFS' is part of the RHCE Exam Prep Workshop. 60% OFF WITH PROMO CODE: SANDER60 using these links: - RHCE Exam Prep Video Workshop (download) http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCE-Exam-Prep-Video-Workshop-dwnld - RHCE Exam Prep Video Workshop (streaming) http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCE-Exam-Prep-Video-Workshop-stream Do you wish to learn more? Buy one of my video courses on pearsonitcertification. USES PROMO CODE: SANDER60 using the links below to SAVE 60% RED HAT - RHCSA in Red Hat OpenStack LiveSessons http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCSA-in-Red-Hat-OpenStack - OpenStack Certification Complete Video Course http://www.rhatcert.com/openstack-certification - RHCSA Complete Video Course http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCSA-Complete-Video-Course- - RHCSA Exam Prep Video Workshop (download) http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCSA-Exam-Prep-Video-Workshop-download - RHCSA Exam Prep Video Workshop (streaming) http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCSA-Exam-Prep-Video-Workshop-stream - RHCE Complete Video Course http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCE-Complete-Video-Course- - RHCE Exam Prep Video Workshop (download) http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCE-Exam-Prep-Video-Workshop-dwnld - RHCE Exam Prep Video Workshop (streaming) http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCE-Exam-Prep-Video-Workshop-stream - RHCSA and RHCE Complete Video Course Library http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCSA-and-RHCE-Complete-Video-Course-Library - RHCSA/RHCE 7 Cert Guide (book) http://www.rhatcert.com/RHCSA-RHCE-7-Cert-Guide - RHCSA/RHCE 7 Cert Guide (ebook) http://www.rhatcert.com/Red-Hat-RHCSA-RHCE-7-Cert-Guide-ebook - RHCSA/RHCE 7 Cert Guide PREMIUM http://www.rhatcert.com/Red-Hat-RHCSA-RHCE-7-Cert-Guide-Premium-Edition - RHEL 7 New Features LiveLessons http://www.rhatcert.com/RHEL-7-New-Features- - Linux High Availability Clustering Complete Video Course https://www.rhatcert.com/linux-high-availability LINUX FOUNDATION - Linux Foundation System Administrator (LFCS) - http://www.rhatcert.com/LFCS - Linux Foundation Engineer (LFCE) - http://www.rhatcert.com/LFCE MICROSOFT LINUX - Linux on Azure https://www.rhatcert.com/linux-azure GENERIC LINUX - Ansible Fundamentals - https://www.rhatcert.com/ansible-fundamentals - Linux Under the Hood - http://www.rhatcert.com/linux-under-the-hood - Bash Scripting Fundamentals http://www.rhatcert.com/Bash-Scripting-Fundamentals - Advanced Bash Scripting http://www.rhatcert.com/Advanced-Bash-Scripting - Ubuntu Server Essentials LiveLessons http://www.rhatcert.com/Ubuntu-Server-Essentials - Novell Cluster Services for Linux and NetWare http://www.rhatcert.com/Novell-Cluster-Services-for-Linux-and-NetWare VMWARE - vSphere 6 Foundations (Exam #2V0-620) Complete Video Course http://www.rhatcert.com/vSphere-6-Foundations-Exam-2V0-620 LINUX LEARNING PATHS Need help to find the right video course? Check http://www.sandervanvugt.com/linux-video-courses Or see these learning paths: RHCSA Learning path https://www.sandervanvugt.com/learning-rhcsa RHCE Learning path https://www.sandervanvugt.com/learning-rhce RHCA Learning path https://www.sandervanvugt.com/learning-rhca Linux+ LPIC-1 Learning path https://www.sandervanvugt.com/learning-linux-lpic-1 LFCE Learning path https://www.sandervanvugt.com/learning-lfce LFCS Learning path https://www.sandervanvugt.com/learning-lfcs Questions? Contact me via http://www.sandervanvugt.com/contact Stay informed about new (free) courses and promotions by subscribing to my updates via http://www.sandervanvugt.com Share this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqsvVTnoRzI
Configure LDAP and Autofs for Login Authentication and Home Directory Mapping
This video shows you how to configure LDAP Login Authentication and Autofs Configuration for Home Directory Mapping. Subscribe our channel "LearnITGuide Tutorials for more updates and stay connected with us on social networking sites, Youtube Channel : https://goo.gl/6zcLtQ Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/learnitguide Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/learnitguide Visit our Website : http://www.learnitguide.net DOCUMENT LINKS: Automount Home Directories Over NFS in RHEL7 / CentOS7 http://www.learnitguide.net/2016/01/automount-home-directories-over-nfs-linux.html Installing and Configuring NFS Server on RHEL7 http://www.learnitguide.net/2015/08/installing-and-configuring-nfs-server.html Step by Step OpenLDAP Server Configuration on RHEL7 / Centos7 http://www.learnitguide.net/2016/01/configure-openldap-server-on-rhel7.html WATCH RELATED TUTORIAL VIDEOS: OpenLDAP Server Configuration on RHEL 7 / CentOS 7 - 100% Working Step by Step Procedure https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42tFcFFkk-w Configure Linux Clients for LDAP Authentication to OpenLDAP Server (RHEL 7 / CentOS 7) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ot7nkkq9kpQ Configure AutoFS to automount the file systems on demand in Linux - Step by Step Procedure https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUnQ_AJOAVo Install Oracle VM VirtualBox to build your Own Lab Environment for free https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RwB7DOT_g8 Introduction to Cloud Computing, Cloud Computing Explained in Detail | Cloud Computing Tutorials https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSQ_VMD6E5M How to Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL7) - Step by Step Installation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tT5Pro60JYc autofs, autofs configuration, autofs nfs, nfs mount autofs, how autofs works, configure autofs, ldap, ldap configuration, ldap authentication, ldap client configuration, ldap autofs, autofs ldap, configure ldap, LDAP Login Authentication, how to configure autofs in linux, configure automount in linux, linux autofs configuration, rhel 7 autofs, autofs in linux, autofs rhel 7, autofs configuration in rhel 7 step by step, autofs tutorial, autofs centos 7, autofs nfs ldap, automount in linux, automount in rhel 7, automount nfs linux, autofs configuration in linux step by step, setting up autofs nfs, autofs client configuration, why we need autofs, autofs fstab, what is autofs, automount, automount configuration
NFS Failover in Microsoft Azure (Demo)
LINBIT & Microsoft worked together to provide quickstart templates for HA NFS in the Azure Cloud: https://github.com/Azure/azure-quickstart-templates/tree/master/nfs-ha-cluster-ubuntu Linux HA Clustering in Microsoft Azure: Linux HA Clustering in the cloud is a little different than it is in your own data centers. This video describes the nuances of clustering in the Azure cloud, and also demonstrates a NFS export failover in Azure. If you would like more background on the DRBD replication software, LINBIT, or the new features mentioned in this demo, please visit www.linbit.com OR reach out to [email protected] with questions or comments. Please mention the video title in your email so we can forward you to the correct people! Follow LINBIT: https://www.linbit.com https://www.facebook.com/linbitdrbd/ https://twitter.com/linbit https://www.linkedin.com/company/linbit/ https://plus.google.com/+Linbit
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How to Auto-Mount a Volume by editing FSTAB (File Systems Table) in Linux
Here I show you how to mount a volume automatically each time you login. You will need root permissions to do so, but it is fairly simple. First, locate where the drive is listed in your system by issuing: sudo fdisk -l (Be careful with the fdisk command, improper use can wipe entire partitions). Then you need to select a mount point. It can be any directory you want, but it needs to be empty. If it is not, you will not be able to get the previously placed files until you unmount the volume. Finally, editing the File System Table: sudo gedit /etc/fstab (Of course, you can use other editors, such as nano, vi, emacs, kate, etc). You then need to write in the changes, using the locating given by fdisk, the previously selected mount point, the file system type (ext4, ntfs, reiserfs, etc.), options (rw, user, exec, auto, etc.), and optionally Dump & FSCK bits. Upon reboot (or issuing a mnt command in the terminal) your drive will be mounted.
Views: 18347 Brad Brockmeier
Projet NAS Linux: installer nfs (11/12)
installer nfs - http://reussiraveclinkedin.com/offre-gratuite-conseils-description-emploi.html Ce video montre comment configurer un serveur NFS sur une machine ArchLinux et un client NFS sur une autre machine ArchLinux Voici la procédure utilisée: pacman -S nfs-utils vi /etc/exports vi /etc/conf.d/nfs-server.conf vi /usr/lib/systemd/system/gssproxy.service cat /etc/systemd/system/nfs-server-config.service systemctl start nfs-server.service systemctl enable nfs-server.service Client side: pacman -S nfs-utils vi /usr/lib/systemd/system/gssproxy.service systemctl start rpcbind.service systemctl start nfs-client.target systemctl start remote-fs.target systemctl enable rpcbind.service systemctl enable nfs-client.target systemctl enable remote-fs.target mount -t nfs4 -o rsize=1048576,wsize=1048576 kimper2.local:/ /mnt/nfs installer nfs: https://youtu.be/l20ezOW06AE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUtN2juZFxfvuVvQtn6n5NA
Configuring an NFS File Sharing Server
This video shows how to configure an NFS file sharing server on Linux (CentOS 6.6). Check out the related post at CyberScribe.org
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How to Use rsync to Synchronize Files Between Servers: Linux Server Training 101
http://www.soundtraining.net/linux-server-training-101 In this Linux tutorial video, IT author and speaker Don R. Crawley demonstrates how to synchronize files from one server to another using rsync. You'll learn several rsync options as well as best practices for using rsync. Based on Don's book The Accidental Administrator: Linux Server Step-by-Step Configuration Guide, this video covers the basics of using rsync on CentOS Linux and Red Hat Linux.
Views: 50146 soundtraining.net
Linux Experience Tricky Interview Question 2
In Linux,What is usages difference between which command & type command? (LTQW trying to provide tricky interview on Linux Environment,Linux Commands,Linux File Management,Linux File Types,Linux File Permissions,Linux File System,Linux Startup and Shutdown,Linux Process Management Linux User Account Management,Linux Shell Programming, Linux Shell Redirection,Linux Shell Special Symbols, Linux Search Pattern,Linux Shell Functions,Linux Shell Variables Linux Bash Arithmetic Expressions,Linux Bash Command History & Job Control, Linux Bash Built-in Commands,Linux vi Editor, Linux sed Editor,Awk Programming Basics,Linux Filesystem Hierarchy,Linux Proc Filesystem, Apache, RAID, SMTP,LVM,LDAP, NTP, NFS, Redhat, Redhat Cluster. Linux interview Questions & answer, Linux Experience based interview Questions & answer Linux tricky Questions Linux hard Questions Linux tips & tricks Linux hack
Views: 23179 Linux Vyom
TYBScIT - Sem5 - Linux - Prac 2 - Basic Commands
TYBScIT - Sem5 - Linux - Prac 2 - Basic Commands Like:- cd, man, ls, cat, touch, vi, vim etc.. Linux Practicals playlist:- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLma3NU82e4Jpcgs3l7PFvLe0Bjw17GwnO Linux Administration Unit 1-3 Notes - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_0qcYrYEFTBeVIyX1hPTG9yck0 All other material by me @ this link:- https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_0qcYrYEFTBWjVtbS0ydjJ1REU TYBScIT - Sem 5 - Paper Solutions from the year Oct'2012 - April'2017 https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B8LpZ5SvGPwrZ2RYckJ2OEpSMk0
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Install Samba in Ubuntu Linux and Share a Folder to Windows
In this tutorial, I install and configure Samba in order to share folders and files to Windows users. The demonstration features Ubuntu Linux and Windows Vista http://www.danscourses.com/Linux-Fundamentals/install-and-configure-samba-in-ubuntu-444.html
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NFS 4 Shares Ubuntu and Linux
Quick introduction into create shared folders within a linux environment. See other tutorials at www.techspotde.com
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Linux basic Commands
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How To Create NFS Export Isilon OneFs 7
This Video Describes how to create a NFS export in EMC Isilon OneFs 7. GUI has been used for this video. Click the below link for CLI: http://ittechtool.com/2016/09/02/create-nfs-export-in-isilon/
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Top 10 Linux Commands Developers and QAs should know From ServerGyan
If you are a developer or QA , You should know these Linux top 10 commands top ls -lrth mv cp -arfvp touch rm -rf grep -ril locate yum install mlocate -y clear df -TH du -sh https://youtu.be/htJqUldh-gM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Restore Deleted LVM with Data in Linux (Latest 2018) From ServerGyan" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VR5TP9E9wio -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How To Create A Network File System (NFS) In AWS
If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) provides simple, scalable, elastic file storage for use with AWS Cloud services and on-premises resources. It's very easy to use and offers a simple interface. This service removes the need for you to manage file servers or file storage, AWS take care of the maintenance and patching of this service. In addition to this the storage will increase or decrease as per your demands and the capability is there for multiple EC2 instances to also access this file system in parallel. In this video, Nick will take you through the steps to create the file storage in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Console, then using the configuration information supplied we'll then connect to an Amazon Linux instance using Git Bash (or Putty as an alternative). We then use the mount command to access the elastic file system, look at the file system using DF command and then creating a test file in the new file system using the DD command. Prerequisites include: - An Amazon Account (This demo is free tier eligible) - A Linux EC2 instance running and configured for access via SSH - (A T2 Micro instance and an Amazon Linux 2 AMI 2.0.20180924 x86_64 HVM gp2 image used in this video) - Basic knowledge of Linux commands
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Integrating Linux with AD for Users, Groups, Kerberos Authentication, etc
Everyone has Linux systems on their network, but most of those systems are stuck in the early 90's in terms of identity and authentication. They are like Windows way back in time before you had Windows NT domains. Each system has its list of users and groups. Each human user has an account and password on each system they access – or they tend to share accounts and passwords. This is bad for security, creates compliance violations and is just inefficient. Some organizations run specific versions of Unix and have a strong set of system administrators to support them or have implemented NIS or NIS+, but there are security issues with those too. Generic LDAP is another option for some, but again comes with its own set of challenges; not least is that of on-going maintenance to keep such a system functioning. Let's face it, Active Directory is where it's at. “It“ being your users, groups and other directory information. The good news is that Linux has support for AD but the experience and technologies you use vary by distro. In this webinar, Randy will: -Demonstrate step-by-step how to configure several distros of Linux to use AD, including CentOS (think RedHat) and Mint (based on Debian and Ubuntu) -Look at tools like Winbind and PowerBroker Identity Services which provide AD integration for Linux -Dive into the details of how Linux’s native support for AD compares to a Windows system that is a member of an AD domain. There are some big differences. One of the biggest of course is that, on Windows, with AD membership comes configuration management via Group Policy. And then there's Windows built-in capability to find the nearest domain controller and automatically find another DC if the preferred one goes down. I'll show you what works and what doesn't in Linux's native support for AD. -Show you how to take that to the next level and make a Linux (or even Mac) system a full-fledged member of Active Directory – comparable to a Windows system – using AD bridge technology from our sponsor, BeyondTrust.
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RedHat: answer to question 21 (Automounter Configuration, autofs)
Setting up automounter on linux using the auto.master file
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How to Install and Configure NFS Server in Linux VM from scratch on ESXI
NFS (Network File System) is basically developed for sharing of files and folders between Linux/Unix systems by Sun Microsystems in 1980. It allows you to mount your local file systems over a network and remote hosts to interact with them as they are mounted locally on the same system. With the help of NFS, we can set up file sharing between Unix to Linux system and Linux to Unix system. Benefits of NFS: NFS allows local access to remote files. It uses standard client/server architecture for file sharing between all *nix based machines. With NFS it is not necessary that both machines run on the same OS. With the help of NFS we can configure centralized storage solutions. Users get their data irrespective of physical location. No manual refresh needed for new files. Newer version of NFS also supports acl, pseudo root mounts. Can be secured with Firewalls and Kerberos. How to configure Iptables for NFS Server. How to share Home Directory ===================================================== Server Configuration service rpcbind start rpcinfo # port 111 has to run yum -y install nfs-utils nfs-utils-lib service nfs start chkconfig rpcbind on chkconfig nfs on vi /etc/sysconfig/nfs Un-comment the following lines and save the file. LOCKD_TCPPORT=32803 LOCKD_UDPPORT=32769 MOUNTD_PORT=892 service rpcbind restart service nfs restart #https://mcdee.com.au/tutorial-configure-iptables-for-nfs-server-on-centos-6/ iptables -I INPUT -m state --state NEW -p tcp \ -m multiport --dport 111,892,2049,32803 -s -j ACCEPT iptables -I INPUT -m state --state NEW -p udp \ -m multiport --dport 111,892,2049,32769 -s -j ACCEPT service iptables save chkconfig iptables on Centos7 firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service=mountd firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service=nfs firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service=rpc-bind firewall-cmd --reload OR service iptables stop chkconfig iptables off mkdir /adminNFS cd /adminNFS vi how_to_config_nfs #create some file vi /etc/exports /adminNFS *(ro,sync) service nfs restart exportfs -v # to see what we sharing NFS Client Configuration yum -y install nfs-utils nfs-utils-lib showmount -e or NFS mkdir /nfs-share mount /nfs-share df cd /nfs-share ls #Permanent mount vi /etc/fstab nfs-share nfs defaults 0 0 Automount Users home directory Server useradd slavik vi /etc/exports /home *(rw,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check,sync) exportfs -r #rewrite update exportfs -v Client showmount -e yum install autofs -y mkdir /mnt/nfs/home mount /mnt/nfs/home vi /etc/auto.master /home /etc/auto.home vi /etc/auto.home * service autofs restart ===================================================== Autofs Automount link Different way: http://www.elinuxbook.com/how-to-configure-autofs-automount-in-linux/
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How to configure NFS Server in Fedora by Using VMware - 8N3 Technology
Here I explained about 1.What is NFS? 2. How to setup NFS Server? How to create NFS Shares? 3. How to mount /access NFS Shares from NFS Client side? How to configure NFS in Fedora by using VMware. Please help to subscribe my channel to get more newest videos and encourage my this sharing. please comment if you have more knowledge. thank you very much for watching. To learn more about Fedora Server please click here https://www.8n3tech.com/ Please subscribe channel to get more new videos tutorial. Thanks!
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