Manually Mounting NFS Shared Storage... Customized Partitioning Is Required during Centos/RHEL Install

            Product Line:  VERDE

            Installing CentOS/RHEL requires using a Custom Partition Layout so that /home does not get created during the CentOS/RHEL installation. See attached screenshot . By default CentOS/RHEL creates a different partition layout (see second screen shot) . Shared storage does not work with default CentOS/RHEL installation.

            After mounting NFS share and creating entry in /etc/fstab and installing VERDE,  files are created on shared storage.

            Here are examples of manual mount commands:

            # mount -t nfs -o rw,noatime 10.10.1.104:/nfs/VerdeNAS /home/vb-verde

            mount -t nfs4 -o rw,noatime 192.168.0.15:/volume1/vbshare /home/vb-verde


            Here are examples of /etc/fstab entry:


            10.10.1.104:/nfs/VerdeNAS        /home/vb-verde              nfs          rw,noatime,nfsvers=3    0 0

            192.168.0.15:/volume1/vbshare /home/vb-verde nfs4 rw,noatime 0 0


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