The command systemctl enable rpcbind.service seems not work. The rpcbind.service does not start after rebooting. How to make/force the rpcbind.service auto start in systemd on Linux? You an force the rpcbind.service to start by making it be “wanted” by the target such as multi-user: # systemctl add-wants multi-user rpcbind.service This will force rpcbind.service to start.
The ports used by NFS server can be dynamically assigned by rpbind to any higher number. We need to fix the ports used by NFS server to configure firewall or port forwarding mechanism. The ports used by NFS server and how to fix these ports will be introduced in this post. There are seven ports
In this post, how to unified Linux login and home directory using OpenLDAP and NFS/automount will be introduced. 0. System environment This solution is tested on Fedora 12 systems and CentOS 5. LDAP and NFS server: IP: 10.0.0.2 OS: Fedora 12 x86_64 ldap base dn: “dc=lgcpu1″ Clients: IP: 10.0.0.1/24 OS: Fedora 12 x86_64 1. LDAP
NFS is widely deployed and used even after more than twenty year. NFS is easy to set up and easy to use. This introduces how to set up the NFS server and clients. We use the Fedora system as the example. The tutorial here is for RHEL/CentOS/Fedora and derived Linux OSes. Set up an NFS