NFS Overview

NFS is commonly used to share files across Linux and Unix Networks. It is  distributed file system that enables the local access to remote disks and file systems. In a properly designed and implemented NFS installation, it is totally transparent to clients using remote file system but Provided you have appropriate network connection, can allow you to access files and directories located on another system or even in a different city or country using standard Linux commands. No special procedures such as password are required. NFS is a common popular file sharing protocol, so its clients are available for many non-UNIX operating systems, including the various Windows versions, MacOS, OS/2, MVS.


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