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NFS share

Hi,

I have an NFS server, i want to mount that nfs share which is having around 500GB to my client system. But my client system doesnt have any free space, is it possible to mount that nfs share in my client.


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Mastan
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sure, that 500G are mounted as external drive to your local dir.

just create any dir:
# mkdir /nfsdisk

and mount your share to it:
# mount.nfs ip:/share /nfsdisk

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