Re: Samba vs. NFS

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David C. Hart wrote:
What is the convention wisdom with respect to Linux clients/Linux
server? NFS, SMB, both?

Samba SEEMS to provide better throughput yes? NFS presumably uses fewer

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You can fix the ports and then play with iptables rules. NFS uses tcp/udp 2049 and if you edit the nfs script under /etc/init.d you will see that if the MOUNTD_PORT variable is set, the daemon is started with the -p option indicating the port that the rpc.mountd process will bind.

You can verify this with 2 commands:

"netstat -anp|grep LISTEN" or "rpcinfo -p localhost"

This will show the process name and port numbers of the RPC services.


Alexandre Lima de Abreu, RHCE, LPIC-2
Proteus Security Systems

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