On Fri,Sep,29,2006, Tim Mecking wrote:
> Peter Sabaini wrote:
> > * NFS on hosts: export / mount network drives on hosts, have vservers
> > use them
> > * NFS on host and vservers: export on host, mount in vserver
> > * NFS between vservers: export / mount in vservers
> > * Userspace NFS? I usually use nfs-kernel-server, but maybe for
> > linux-vserver the userspace NFS daemon is the more adequate approach?
> The kernel-space NFS server isn't available in the vservers for obvious
> reasons. So I suggest to use the kernel-space nfs server in the root server.
You can use /etc/vservers/<guest>/fstab.remote to mount NFS inside guest.
If you plan to serve NFS from a guest nfs-user-server work fine but without
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