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Mounting an NFS share with the mount command is fine for a mount that you need only occasionally. If you need the mount all the time, you can automate it by using /etc/fstab. If you know how to add entries to /etc/fstab, it isn t difficult to add an entry that mounts an NFS share as well. The only differences with normal mounts are that you have to specify the complete name of the NFS share instead of a device, and that some NFS options must be specified. When mounting from fstab, you should always include the netdev, rsize, wsize, and soft options for optimal performance. To refer to the server, its name as well as its IP address can be used. Next is an example of such a line: myserver:/myshare /mylocalmount _netdec,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,soft nfs 0 0
Monitoring the NFS Server
At the end of this section about NFS, it s time for some information about monitoring the NFS server. You can use two very useful commands: rpcinfo -p and showmount -e. First, the rpcinfo -p command displays a list of all services that are currently registered at the port mapper service on your NFS server. If you can t connect to the NFS server for some reason, this command provides a good check to see whether the server is running properly. Next, the showmount -e command displays a list of all file systems that are exported by a remote server. It typically is a utility that you would run from a workstation acting as an NFS client to check a server to see whether the share you intend to connect to is really offered by that server.
Sharing Files with Samba
Sharing files with NFS is useful in a Linux/UNIX environment. If you have many Windows users in your network, they probably won t appreciate your NFS server much because it isn t supported natively by Windows. For those users, we ll have to use the Samba server. Samba is more than just an alternative for NFS; it s an actual replacement for Windows servers. The performance of a Samba server is as good as an average Windows server, and if you need only file-sharing services, Samba provides an excellent alternative. In this section, you ll learn how to configure a Samba server.
CHAPTER 10 USING UBUNTU SERVER AS A FILE AND PRINT SERVER
Samba Server Possibilities and Impossibilities
In the late 1990s, Microsoft published the specifications of its protocols for file and printer sharing. Based on these specifications, the common Internet file system (CIFS) was defined, and the Samba project team started its free service to provide file and print services to Microsoft clients. But many things have changed since then. First, Microsoft networking has changed a lot, and Microsoft hasn t published the specifications of its networking protocols since 1998. As a result, the Samba team has had to reverse-engineer these protocols, which means that they had to analyze all new functionality added by Microsoft networking components and then try to build something like it. Sometimes the Samba team succeeded right away, and other times it doesn t work as fast. For example, the Samba developers needed a long time to implement integration with Active Directory in Samba. The Samba server offers many options that people commonly use in Windows networks, and because it was developed from scratch, Samba is often even faster than the original Microsoft protocols. Also, because it has been ported to many different operating systems, it s used in all environments. Ubuntu Server with a Samba server installed offers an excellent replacement for a Windows server.
Note Let s be realistic. Samba offers excellent file and printer sharing, but lacks Active Directory functionality. If you really need Active Directory, you need Microsoft. But if you need Active Directory functionality, you can probably use Samba as well. Especially when integrated with OpenLDAP, Samba can offer something very similar.
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