NFS: Setting up a basic NFS file system share

While there are many distributed file systems out there; especially with the rise of cloud & virtual computing. The Network File System or NFS protocol has by far held its title as an easy to use, fast to implement and very efficient distributed file system. In today's article I will be covering how to set up a basic NFS share. This article will assume that you have already created a file system, if not hop over to this article and then come back for the NFS steps.

Cheat Sheet: systemctl vs chkconfig

Since I've mostly been using Red Hat or the gui desktop of Ubuntu lately I've neglected to notice the transitions from the sysVinit packages to systemd. Recently I installed Fedora 16 and was a little surprised when chkconfig didn't work anymore. I decided I would write a post that gives the systemctl version of a few common chkconfig commands. List processes chkconfig: # chkconfig --list systemd: # systemctl list-units Enable a service chkconfig: