Access file system in EC2 instance

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Can anyone help me with the method to access a file system from EC2 Instance? Thank you for your help.
Jan 31 in AWS by etu
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Amazon EFS uses the NFSv4.1 protocol that can be used for the purpose and to access your file system, you can mount the file system on your Amazon EC2 Linux-based instance that is using the standard Linux mount command and then get the file system’s DNS name. After you’ve mounted the file system, you can then work with the files and directories at your desired system just like you would have done with a local file system.

answered Jan 31 by zabbar rathore

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