Linux System Engineer: Network Filesystems Using NFS and Samba

Linux System Engineer: Network Filesystems Using NFS and Samba
Linux System Engineer: Network Filesystems Using NFS and Samba
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 05m | 228 MB

Become a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE). The RHCE certification demonstrates expert-level competence with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and is considered the benchmark for Linux administrators. This course covers objectives related to network filesystems and file sharing. Instructor Grant McWilliams introduces Network File System (NFS), the standard used by virtually every Linux and Unit distribution, and shows how to configure an NFS server. He creates a simple NFS share, providing a brief overview of NFS security and its interaction with SELinux, and then shows how to mount the share from a client computer. Then he reviews the same techniques with Samba, an SMB file and print sharing stack for non-Microsoft operating systems. There are two chapters of hands-on exercises that allow you to practice your skills with NFS and Samba, including creating shares for group collaboration.

Topics include:

  • NFS overview
  • NFS commands
  • Configuring NFS share
  • Mounting an NFS share
  • NFS client options
  • Delayed mounting
  • Monitoring NFS
  • Samba configuration
  • Samba client tools
  • Mounting shares with Samba
Table of Contents

1 Using Linux for network filesystems
2 What you will need
3 OS installation
4 Lab setup
5 Configure VM settings
6 Install Guest Additions
7 Introduction to NFS
8 NFS versions
9 NFS security
10 Install NFS packages
11 NFS commands
12 NFS files
13 About the exportfs file
14 NFS and SELinux
15 Create a simple NFS share
16 Mount a simple NFS share
17 NFS client options
18 Mount NFS exports
19 Delayed mounting with autofs
20 Troubleshoot NFS exports
21 Monitor NFS activity
22 Create an NFS share with root access
23 Create an NFS share for group collaboration
24 Mount an NFS share for group collaboration
25 Introduction to Samba
26 Samba commands and services
27 Samba files
28 Install Samba packages
29 Preparing your lab for Samba
30 Samba configuration file format
31 Samba global configuration options
32 Samba share configuration definitions
33 Configure SELinux for Samba
34 Create a simple public share
35 Use smbclient to test shares
36 CIFS mount options
37 Mount a simple public share
38 Create a private Samba file share
39 Automount using a credentials file
40 Create a Samba share for group collaboration
41 Mount a share for group collaboration
42 Create a secure share using Kerberos
43 Next steps