NFS to NFS mount

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Published on 2010-04-20T16:29:43Z Indexed on 2010/04/20 16:33 UTC
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I have a machine that I need to bridge NFS files to. Can I mount an NFS directory on machine2 from machine1 and then mount the mounted NFS directory on machine2 on machine3 via NFS? Do you see any problems with that? I am basically bridging some subnet domains this way, in a certain fashion. My development machine is on a different and separate (unbridged) than where I would like to use the files, and I would like this machine1(dev machine) -> machine2(passthrough machine) -> machine3(test machine) connection. And no there is no way to move the test machine as it's a chassis :) and it's two buildings away.

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NFS to NFS mount

Posted by dude on Server Fault See other posts from Server Fault or by dude
Published on 2010-04-20T16:29:43Z Indexed on 2010/04/20 17:33 UTC
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I have a machine that I need to bridge NFS files to. Can I mount an NFS directory on machine2 from machine1 and then mount the mounted NFS directory on machine2 on machine3 via NFS? Do you see any problems with that? I am basically bridging some subnet domains this way, in a certain fashion. My development machine is on a different and separate (unbridged) than where I would like to use the files, and I would like this machine1(dev machine) -> machine2(passthrough machine) -> machine3(test machine) connection. And no there is no way to move the test machine as it's a chassis :) and it's two buildings away.

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