I want to take storage from another system. So I am trying to use Network File System(NFS) in Linux. But I am not able to configure.
Can someone help me, how can I configure NFS server?
To configure NFS server in your system, you can follow the below given steps.
Install NFS server.
$ yum install nfs-utils // CentOS/RHEL
$ apt-get install nfs-utils // Ubuntu
Create one folder.
$ mkdir /fol1
Open /etc/exports file and write ip of your another system
Start NFS server.
$ systemctl start nfs-server
And your Nfs server is ready.
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