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unix:freebsd:system_builds:nfsserver [2019/11/08 17:52]
rodolico [Configure and start NFS]
unix:freebsd:system_builds:nfsserver [2020/04/24 22:38] (current)
rodolico
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 Note the mountd_flags entry. mountd is what actually handles the mount request from clients. The -r flag allows individual files to be mounted, such as swap a swap file, or a virtual image. Additional flags may be specified. See //man 5 mountd// for more information. Two nice ones are the -h and -p flags which allow you to specify the IP and Port mountd will listen on. Note the mountd_flags entry. mountd is what actually handles the mount request from clients. The -r flag allows individual files to be mounted, such as swap a swap file, or a virtual image. Additional flags may be specified. See //man 5 mountd// for more information. Two nice ones are the -h and -p flags which allow you to specify the IP and Port mountd will listen on.
  
 +===== Maintenance =====
  
 +If you need to add/​remove/​modify the NFS shares, create/​modify any file systems on the server, then add/edit the appropriate stanzas to /​etc/​exports. Once you have done that, tell mountd to re-read the configuration:​
 +<code bash>
 +service mountd reload
 +</​code>​
 +
 +At this point, the modifications will be in effect. NOTE, if you have modified a share which was mounted, you should umount it, make the changes, then remount.
 ===== Links ===== ===== Links =====
   * https://​www.freebsd.org/​doc/​handbook/​network-nfs.html   * https://​www.freebsd.org/​doc/​handbook/​network-nfs.html
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