In this video, @LearnLinuxTV teaches how to set up your own NFS (Network File System) server and client and also how to configure Auto FS which enables you to mount things like NFS on demand for more control.
0:40 Create NFS Shares
3:10 Install NFS Server
4:10 Configure the NFS Server
4:56 Examine the /etc/exports file
6:03 Create a fresh /etc/exports file
8:38 Restart the NFS Server
9:25 Test the NFS Server
10:40 Configure the NFS Client
10:50 Install NFS Client App
11:30 Test Server Connectivity
12:56 Create Parent Directory
14:20 Mounting NFS Exports
16:00 Unmounting NFS Exports
16:30 How to auto-mount NFS Exports
18:50 Configure autofs
24:18 Config file demonstration
25:50 Restart and check our configuration
28:44 Verify mounts are actually unmounted
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