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Category: NFS

NFS settings for a Linux client connected to an OpenBSD NFS server.

Posted on 2016-10-20 21:48:00 by Vincent in NFS

You are an happy owner of a NAS running on OpenBSD proposing NFS shared drives. And your life is perfect with [OpenBSD client](/post/post_20160822) (maybe you have read one of my article on that subject). But this idilyc echosystem is in danger when a friend of you comes and connects is brand new Linux laptop on your NFS server.

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Best practices for NFS on OpenBSD

Posted on 2016-08-22 19:41:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd NFS

Let me share my expertise for the best parameters of NFS client on a laptop running OpenBSD.

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My simple Time Machine on top of NFS

Posted on 2016-07-24 13:58:00 by Vincent in NFS

In this post I'll explain what I did in order to have the concept of [Time machine](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_Machine_(OS_X)) on my NFS server. As you can imagine this solution relies mainly on the HardLink concept and use `rsync` to perform the tasks. All of this is embedded in a small shell script. It works well on my OpenBSD machine, but should also works on any Unix-like machines.

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OpenBSD as an encrypted NAS

Posted on 2016-07-19 15:53:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd NFS

I'll explain how I've configured OpenBSD in order to have an encrypted Network Area Storage

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