rupert.kolb at med.uni-tuebingen.de
Wed Feb 6 09:14:05 GMT 2002
Eli Kleinman wrote:
> Re: samba & NFS
> Is it ok to run samba and NFS on the same machine?
> I want to have a samba share for /data1 and a different NFS mount
> point for /data2, can samba and NFS co-exists on the same
> Solaris 8 x86 box, are there any known issues?
We use this (NFS *and* Samba) at various Solaris versions, at True64
Unix, at IRIX and at SuSE Linux.
Our users can use the same directory via NFS (and automounter) and via
for instance: /export/disk1
host1:/export/disk1 mounted on /disk1 (using /etc/(v)fstab),
or for instance on /disks/disk1 (using automounter)
via SAMBA: \\host1\disk1 with an entry in smb.conf:
path = /export/disk1
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