Category: Linux

AutoFS and Mounting Network Shares Cont.

May 4, 2022 By JeffTechs

In a previous article, I went over how to setup a network share using the traditional client/server approach. It’s a great way to reduce unwanted file duplication, and share items in a secure manner. But, what if we have a lot of NFS shares and we don’t want to clog up our /etc/fstab or we […]

Mounting FileSystems and AutoFS in CentOS/RHEL 8

March 10, 2022 By JeffTechs

I haven’t worked in an environment yet that didn’t share some sort of files over the network. Even some end users are trained to setup network drives and OneDrive/SharePoint syncing. Having multiple copies of the same file can be a dangerous thing (not talking about back-ups), and network sharing can help everyone keep a focused […]