Linux Remote Server with NFS

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Hi Experts! In Linux, the remote server with attached Network File System (NFS) does not start after a reboot. What is causing this? And how can I resolve it? And also, when in client system, how can we verify the status of Network File System server?

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Linux Remote Server with NFS

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Hi friend,

The remote server with attached Network File System does not start after a reboot because may be it has some configuration problem. To resolve this fact follow this

  1. The home directory must have permission for read/write operation.
  2. The "/tmp/fileswap" directory must have all workstations name.
  3. Your sublet mask will be within 192.168.1.0/24 (C class ) this range.
  4. It will contain minimum host and maximum numbers of its range 192.168.1.0/24.
  5. The "/var/ftp" directory must be configured as its subnet mask says.
  6. You have to log in your workstation as administrator.

Check these option and you will find its fault.

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