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and thinking I might go for it but I'm wondering if I am choosing a workable solution. Using NFS have a server with: Common document share Per user document share ...
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- 05-06-2012 #1
Idly musing on setting up a central document store
Using NFS have a server with:
Common document share
Per user document share (must be private)
On each client there will be a script to mount the common share and the per user share for the current user. I'm assuming I can't use fstab to mount the per user share as it won't know which user when processed. This script gets run at login.
Things I am unsure about are
1. Can I make the per user share private - kind of like a home directory?
2. The best structure on the server - one exported directory with subdirectories or many exported directories?
- 05-12-2012 #2
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- 05-13-2012 #3
That's the way I ended up going. It just seemed more logical. I gave everybody read access to everything but on reflection, I'm going to take that off.
Thanks for the confirmation.