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The configuration file /etc/fstab contains the necessary information to automate the process of mounting partitions.

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SSHFS mount from fstab fails to authenticate

I created SSH key and transferred it to my target device using ssh-copy-id and now I can ssh [email protected] -p 8798 without providing RSA key nor password for [email protected] ...
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NFS4 and bind mount issues

Ok guys I have a weird issue. After recently adding a bind mount 2 folders deep inside an existing NFS4 export, when I mount that NFS export on my client, it leads directly to the bind mount. No ...
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How to move a subvolume to a new drive in btrfs?

I am trying to move my /srv, /var/lib/mysql and /home directory to another drive ( a bigger one with RAID1). I did some research on how to go about doing this and I kind of did most of it. However, ...
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How do I find the filesystem/partition UUID of an ExFAT partition? [migrated]

All in the title. My problem is, I have an ExFAT partition on my disk that I want to mount using a UUID, but I can't seem to find any information on it. fdisk -l says: [[email protected] ~]$ sudo ...
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How to run kinit as root before automounting mutiuser cifs mounts?

Goal I'm setting up multi-user CIFS mounts in an Active Directory environment under CentOS 8.2. The storage server supports SMB3.1.1 protocol. Prerequisites I could easily integrate the system to the ...
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Can all docker volumes be into a partition and would it be good for backup -cloning- purposes? (ex:/var/lib/docker/volumes/ in /dev/sdb1 @fstab)

I'm thinking of migrating all our documents and spreadsheets infrastrucure from and old standalone samba server to one of those popular self-hosted solutions and I'm trying to do the best long-lasting ...
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Cloud Linux 7 mount /tmp with exec in fstab

I have the following fstab UUID=3d301281-7be7-4a53-8f19-42f8c7d061d2 / xfs defaults,uquota 0 0 #/usr/swpDSK swap swap defaults 0 0 #/usr/tmpDSK /tmp ext3 ...
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log in fails when mount point changes

I am mounting a windows 10 share on a Centos 7 machine via /etc/fstab like so: //10.11.11.7/shared_folder /path/to/mount_point cifs user,rw,suid,uid=0,gid=1111,username=win_user,password=win_user,...
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gcsfuse automount on a non root user

Currently I have a VM that runs CentOS 7 and would like to auto mount a bucket using a non root user. I have installed NextCloud and would like to point local data folder to Google Cloud Storage. ...
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How to STOP nfs from trying (and retrying) to mount an offline server

I have a home server running ubuntu which exports a nfs volume which I'm mounting on my laptop like this -> % cat /etc/fstab ... media:/mnt/data /home/alf/media nfs _netdev 0 0 All is ...
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GCSFuse keeps generating dummy files on mounted bucket that can't be deleted due to retention policy

I'm currently setting up a GCP storage bucket on my instance which will be used for backups. I have currently configured fstab to mount the bucket on startup using the following config. cpanel1-vm-...
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NFS Stale File Handle After NFS Server Reboots: Why Does This Happen and How Does Industry Handle This?

This problem has been driving me crazy. I have an NFS server with NFS shares mounted on various clients. However, whenever I have to reboot the NFS server, I invariably end up with a bunch of "Stale ...
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Unable to mount via /etc/fstab

all: Bringing up a new server, I have the following situation. I can mount the device at /dev/sda1 manually via this command: mount /dev/sda1 /owncloud But when I use the recommended approach (UUID)...
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Why /tmp is bound in /tmp ? How can I remove this bound

In Scientific Linux 6, a clone of RHEL6, I have the following mtab file: /dev/sda2 / ext4 rw 0 0 proc /proc proc rw 0 0 sysfs /sys sysfs rw 0 0 devpts /dev/pts devpts rw,gid=5,mode=620 0 0 tmpfs /dev/...
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How to map a UUID directly to both a device name (e.g. /dev/sda1) AND a mount point (e.g. /mnt/home2)?

I know how to map /etc/fstab to the mount point with the device name: /dev/sdb1 /mnt/home2 ext4 usrjquota=quota.user,jqfmt=vfsv0 0 0 This practice is however highly ...

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