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Shirish Kalele kalele at veritas.com
Mon May 14 23:45:44 GMT 2001

Yes, you can do this using the MSDFS functionality in Samba
2.2. You'll need to share the directories on the different machines by
running SMB servers on all of them. And then set up a DFS tree on the one
machine you want to have users access these shares through.

I don't know if this fits what you're looking for..


On Mon, 14 May 2001, Tim wrote:

>I'm pretty sure the answer to this question is "no", but I figured I'd
>give it a shot:
>Is there any way to share out shares from different machines off of one
>smb server?  For example, I have three machines which contain filesystems
>that need to be shared.  I'd like to have all these shares stored in one
>central location in network neighborhood, rather than three.  Is it
>possible, without using a gateway and nfs mounting all the filesystems
>there (which creates an extra hop, and may cause locking probs)?  THanks
>in advance.

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